Choctaw symbol for Continual Happiness Through All Stages of Life. The center circle represents The Four Ages: Infant, Youth, Middle and Old Age...Sun Symbols Happiness Sun Rays = Continual The symbol all together as one = Continual Happiness Through All Stages of Life

Choctaw symbol for Continual Happiness Through All Stages of Life. The center circle represents The Four Ages: Infant, Youth, Middle and Old Age.

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The Choctaw Indians where the first to be removed by force from their hometown, and the start of the trail of tears.

The Five Civilized Tribes were the five Native American nations—the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole—that were considered civilized by Anglo-European settlers during the colonial and early federal period because they adopted many of the colonists' customs and had generally good relations with their neighbors.

Being "civilized" didn't help. Biddy Craft/"The Five Civilized Tribes (Andrew Jackson signed the Indian Removal Act and what was to become the Trail of Tears on May

Want this tattooed on me. ''Chi holla li'' means I love you in Choctaw.

''Chi holla li'' means I love you in Choctaw. My great grandfather was Choctaw.

Black Choctaw Indians | ... strongest Indian identities, such as the lumbee, Haliwa, and Westoes

Black Choctaw Indians | ... strongest Indian identities, such as the lumbee, Haliwa, and Westoes

"Monument in gratitude to the Choctaw Nation of the USA for support and assistance during the famine during the mid-19th century, Middleton, County Cork, Ireland. The monument of nine eagle feather towering 20 feet into the air,  was made by sculptor Alex Pentek." <3

Ireland monument to Choctaw Nation finished

A monument in Middleton, County Cork, Ireland. Symbol of appreciation and gratitude to the Choctaw Nation for the donations received during the Famine years in the mid century.

choctaw indian chief | chief dan george 1899 1981 chief dan george was a

“When the White man came we had the land & they had the Bibles, now they have the land & we have the Bibles.” Chief Dan George – Indian chief of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation, Canada. He was also an author, poet, Academy Award-nominated actor & film director.

Choctaw Indian Quotes

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