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The Choctaw Nation (Native Peoples)
by Allison Lassieur
They Say the Wind Is Red tells the history of the Choctaw Indians who managed to remain in Alabama when other southeastern Indians were forcibly removed to the West in the 1830s. This small band lived mostly hidden from public view in the swamps and piney woods of Mobile and Washington counties. Often misidentified as black or even cajun, the ancestors of today’s MOWA Choctaw maintained their Indian communities throughout the 1800s and early 1900s. This book chronicles the Choctaws’ pride, endurance, and persistence in the face of abhorrent conditions imposed by government at all levels.
Paperback from NewSouth Books

The Choctaw Freedmen and the Story of Oak Hill Industrial Academy, Valiant, McCurtain County, Oklahoma, Now Called the Alice Lee Elliott Memorial.
Including the early history of the Five Civilized Tribes of Indian Territory, the Presbytery of Kiamichi, Synod of Canadian, and the Bible in the free schools of the American colonies, but suppressed in France, previous to the American and French revolutions
by Robert Elliott Flickinger
Paperback from Heritage Books

Choctaws in a Revolutionary Age, 1750-1830 (Indians of the Southeast)
by Greg O'Brien
(Hardcover)

Choctaws at the Crossroads : The Political Economy of Class and Culture in the Oklahoma Timber Region
by Sandra Faiman-Silva
Paperback: 321 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.71 x 9.04 x 6.01
Publisher: Univ of Nebraska Pr;
ISBN: 0803269021

Introduction to Choctaw
by Gregg Howard, et al
(Ring-bound - June 1993)

Okla Hannali
by R. A. Lafferty, Geary Hobson
Paperback: 221 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.56 x 8.25 x 5.47
Publisher: Univ of Oklahoma Pr (Trd); Reprint edition (October 1991)
ISBN: 0806123494

Choctaw Language and Culture: Chahta Anumpa
by Marcia Haag, Henry Willis, Grayson Noley
Paperback from Univ of Oklahoma Pr (Trd)

Chahta Anumpa: A Grammar of the Choctaw Language
by Marcia Haag, Univ Oklahoma
Software from Univ of Oklahoma Pr (Trd)

Long March: The Choctaw's Gift to Irish Famine Relief
by Marie-Louise Fitzpatrick, Gary Whitedeer, Gary White Deer
Paperback from Tricycle Pr

History of the Choctaw, Chickasaw and Natchez Indians
by H. B. Cushman, Angie Debo, Clara Sue Kidwell
H. B. Cushman, the son of missionaries working at Mayhew, a Choctaw Indian station in Mississippi, observed the Indians' heartbreaking removal from Mississippi between 1831 and 1833. Later in life he continued to be associated with them, when he lived in Texas just across the Red River from the Choctaws and Chickasaws. In 1884, in an attempt to criticize white exploitation of the Indians, Cushman embarked on writing his History of the Choctaw, Chickasaw and Natchez Indians from the Indians' point of view. He spent six years renewing contacts, visiting cemeteries, observing Indian councils, and studying Indian records in the original languages. Published in 1899, his history is extremely valuable for his firsthand observations on the removal and later history of the Choctaws and Chickasaws as well as for its material on the Natchez Indians, about whom little is in print. Because the original edition was repetitious and contained homilies and irrelevant literary allusions, Angie Debo abridged, edited, and indexed the work.
Paperback from Univ of Oklahoma Pr (Trd)

Nations Remembered: An Oral History of the Cherokees, Chickasaws, Choctaws, Creeks, and Seminoles in Oklahoma, 1865-1907
by Theda Perdue
Paperback from Univ of Oklahoma Pr (Trd)
1993

Choctaw Genesis: 1500-1700 (Indians of the Southeast)
by Patricia Kay Galloway
Paperback from Univ of Nebraska Pr

They Say the Wind Is Red: The Alabama Choctaw-Lost in Their Own Land
by Jacqueline Anderson Matte, Vine, Jr. Deloria
Paperback from NewSouth Books

Choctaw Music and Dance
by James H. Howard, Victoria Lindsay Levine, Bruno Nettl
Paperback from Univ of Oklahoma Pr (Trd)

Living in the Land of Death: The Choctaw Nation, 1830-1860
by Donna Akers
Paperback from Michigan State Univ Pr

The Choctaw Nation (Native Peoples)
by Allison Lassieur
School & Library Binding from Bridgestone Books

Choctow Prophecy: A Legacy of the Future (Contemporary American Indian Studies)
by Tom Mould
Paperback from Univ of Alabama Pr (Txt)

Source Material for the Social and Ceremonial Life of the Choctaw Indians (Contemporary American Indian Studies)
by John Reed Swanton, Kenneth H. Carleton
Paperback from Univ of Alabama Pr (Txt)

The Roots of Dependency: Subsistence, Environment, and Social Change Among the Choctaws, Pawnees, and Navajos
by Richard White
Paperback from Univ of Nebraska Pr
1988

The Rise and Fall of the Choctaw Republic.
by Angie, Debo
Paperback from Univ of Oklahoma Pr (Trd)
1989

Sweetbitter: A Novel (Voices of the South)
by Reginald Gibbons
Paperback from Louisiana State University Press

The Removal of the Choctaw Indians
by Arthur H. De Rosier, Arthur H. Derosier
Paperback: ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.65 x 8.46 x 5.56
Publisher: University of Tennessee Press; (June 1, 1970)
ISBN: 0870493299

Walking the Choctaw Road : Stories from Red People Memory
by Tim Tingle, Norma Howard
Book Description: Oklahoma, or "Okla Homma," is a Choctaw word meaning "Red People." In this collection, acclaimed storyteller Tim Tingle tells the stories of his people, the Choctaw People, the Okla Homma. For years, Tim has collected stories of the old folks, weaving traditional lore with stories from everyday life. Walking the Choctaw Road is a mixture of myth stories, historical accounts passed from generation to generation, and stories of Choctaw people living their lives in the here and now. 
Hardcover from Cinco Puntos Press

Searching for the Bright Path: The Mississippi Choctaws from Prehistory to Removal (Indians of the Southeast)
by James T. Carson (Editor)
(Hardcover)
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A Concise Encyclopedia of the Choctaw Indians: Past and Present
by Keith A. Pounds
Paperback from Infinity Publishing.com

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The Sharpest Sight (American Indian Literature and Critical Studies, Vol. 1)
by Louis Owens
Hardcover from Univ of Oklahoma Pr (Trd)
1992
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After Removal: The Choctaw in Mississippi
by Samuel J. Wells, Roseanna Tubby
Hardcover from Univ Pr of Mississippi
1986
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The Life of Okah Tubbee
by Okah Tubbee, Daniel F. Littlefield
Hardcover from Univ of Nebraska Pr
1988
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The Choctaw Code
by Russell G. Davis, Brent K. Ashabranner, Russell B. Davis
Hardcover from Linnet Books

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