The Choctaw Nation before the Trail of Tears by George Kimbrough
This is a series of stories concerning the development of Oklahoma’s Choctaw Nation, beginning with the early days of the Choctaw in Alabama and Mississippi; the coming of the white man and the resulting “Trail of Tears”, and the evolution of The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma as it is known today. This series is reprinted in the Bishinik from The Paris News.
Choctaw History – Paris News Articles
Choctaw Removal Was Really a “Trail of Tears” by Len Green
(reprinted as Trail of Tears from Mississippi walked by our Choctaw ancestors)
Trail of Tears
Choctaw Were First To Walk The Trail of Tears
The following is condensed from an article by Virginia Allen that appeared in The Chronicles of Oklahoma, Spring, 1970.
Trail of Tears 1
Trail of Tears by W.B. Morrison
reprinted from Onward September 4, 1927
Trail of Tears 2