The Journal of Chickasaw History and Culture

Articles from Vol. 13, No. 2, Fall

Government Schooling and Its Effects on Indigenous Cultures: Gender and Environment
Indigenous communities have always had some form of education that helped perpetuate their culture. For the indigenous people living in Sudan, Canada, and the United States, their education was encompassed in their traditions and values, which in turn,...
Research like a Detective
Everyone has heard family stories at one time or another. Some stories may be about family struggles, marriages, or births. Though documents may be hard to find at times because they were lost or destroyed, most family stories can be easily traced and...
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