Some history about the settlements of Hobvk Itopa, a look at an area that Choctaw oral histories and archaeological evidence shows that Choctaw ancestors have lived in for thousands of years.
Place names in the Choctaw language are extremely important. They indicate not just a Choctaw presence on the land but often also the way that Choctaw people of the past understood the land and interacted with it.
A look at the life of Chief George Washington Harkins and his letter titled: To the American People.
The oldest standing church in Oklahoma was established in 1846 in what is now Garvin, Oklahoma and was built by a Choctaw congregation. It is adjacent to Wheelock Academy, the girls' boarding school. This summer, Choctaw Nation gained ownership of the church.
A look at the former Oklahoma Presbyterian College, known today as the Old Tribal Complex. Part three of the architectural history of the Choctaw Nation.
Community Collaboration and the Making of the “Bok Abaiya: Practiced Hands and the Arts of Choctaw Basketry” Exhibit
New Choctaw Cultural Center basket exhibit wouldn't have been possible without the involvement of community members both now and in the past.
Take a journey and look at one of our most beloved landmarks in the Choctaw Nation, the Tvshka Homma Capitol.
From hurricane-resistant traditional homes to monumental earthwork mounds as high as seven floors, our Choctaw ancestors have shown themselves to be an advanced society of architects.