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We do genealogy as a hobby. Sent into Ancestry for DNA test kit. Got the results and found my family line is part Chickasaw & Choctaw. I used to do some historical building restoration work during my working career. So a combination of these made...More
Just went on a tour of the Capital building this morning and it was very interesting. It was short and sweet and not a lot of fluff to it. The guides were very knowledgeable and super friendly. I'm Cherokee not Chickasaw and I found it...More
It was raining and we needed to go somewhere to get out of the rain so we went to the Chickasaw National Capital Building in Tishomingo, Ok. We found the most interesting and friendly people there to take us on the tour of the Capital....More
This grand old building sits on a small hill overlooking the town of Tishomingo. The building was built in 1898 and served as the Chickasaw Capital until 1906, shortly before Oklahoma Statehood. After statehood, the federal government confiscated from the Native American Tribes all government...More