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Chief George W. Harkins (1810-1861) was born at or near Frenchman's Camp on the Pearl river in the old Choctaw Nation, Mississippi. His father John Harkins an Irish American. His mother Louisa Lefl...

2/27/2011 9/2/2011

2/10/2009 7/8/2011

Emmaline Patsy Lattin (1844 - d.)

Of the Bogue Chitto clan of the Choctaw Nation. Bogue Chiltto is a town in southern MS. Bogue Chitto was the name of a clan of Choctaw Indians that lived in central MS, mostly around the Philadelphia...

11/12/2009 6/24/2011

About Christie, Smith Nickname Watt, b. 1817 Union Chief 1863 Cherokee Name: Wa-de Wa-ki-gu. Cherokee Evaluations of 1836 lists Watt Christie as 24 yrs. old and living on a farm at the mouth of the...

3/5/2011 3/21/2011

Chief Thompson.Charles Thompson (Oochalata, ᎤᏤᎳᏔ, in Cherokee) lived near the present-day site of Lake Spavinaw, following the Trail of Tears. He served in Drew's Regiment o...

3/4/2011 3/4/2011

Coleman Cole 1874 - 1878 Coleman Cole, son of Robert Cole and Sallie, his full blood Choctaw wife, was born in Mississippi about 1800. He attended School at Elliott Mission in Mayhew, Mississippi and...

3/29/2009 2/27/2011

George Hudson, Chief to the Choctaw Nation MP (1808 - 1865)

"Miko Sipokni", "Chief George /Hudson/"

George Hudson 1860 - 1862 Little is known of some of the former Chiefs of the Choctaw Nation. George Hudson, the First principal Chief of the Choctaw Nation under the Doaksville Constitution, was bor...

9/15/2008 2/27/2011