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The main weapons of the Chickasaw Indians were bows and arrows. They made the elastic sinew for bowstrings from the ligaments of large animals such as deer. More »

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The Chickasaw Indian tribe lived in the lower Mississippi Valley, and the tribe's first contact with Europeans happened in 1540. The Chickasaw were known for their highly developed ruling system. The tribe members were s... More »

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During prehistoric times, the Chickasaw Indian tribe migrated to what is now known as Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee and Kentucky. In 1540, the tribe's first interaction with Europeans occurred when they made contact wi... More »

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