Choctaws

• (n. pl.) A tribe of North American Indians (Southern Appalachian), in early times noted for their pursuit of agriculture, and for living at peace with the white settlers. They are now one of the civilized tribes of the Indian Territory.
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Choctaws

Choc'taws noun plural ; sing. Choctaw . (Ethnol.) A tribe of North American Indians (Southern Appalachian), in early times noted for their pursuit of agriculture, and for living at peace with the white settlers. They are now one of the civilized tribes of the Indian ...
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Choctaws

The Choctaws (more properly Chahtas) are a North American Indian nation of the Muskhogean family. They were formerly allied to the Chickasaws, the two nations occupying the eastern side of the Mississippi between its Ohio and Yazoo affluents. The Choctaws lay more to the south holding both banks of the Yazoo. They acknowledged the sovereignty of th...
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