The Chickasaw Nation - The Chickasaw Villages by Stephen R. Cook
Present day site of Tchichatala De Crenay 1733, The Territory Between the Chattahoochee and Mississippi Rivers Woodcut Bust of a Chickasaw Warrior by Bernard Romans
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The Chickasaw Indian Villages

by Stephen R. Cook, March 2005
Copyright Registered:
Paper1 - TX0006164499   2005
Paper2 - TX0006164500   2005
Paper3 - TXu001274016   2005

Dedicated to . . .
Cayce Banks Livingston (1917 - 2012)
Who pioneered Chickasaw archaeology with Moreau B. Chambers

The map below provides the reader with a geographic reference to the locales important to the Chickasaw Nation in the mid eighteenth century. Note the location of the Chickasaw Towns, Charlestown (present day Charleston, South Carolina), the principal trading hub for English trade with the Chickasaw through the mid 1760s, New Orleans, the colonial capital of French colony of Louisiana after 1718, and Mobile the pre 1718 capital of French Louisiana and the site of most Indian conferences throughout the history of French Louisiana.

The author highly recommends that the serious reader print Table 1 for ease of reference.

James Adair Map circa 1768

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