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Biskinik is the official newspaper of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma.

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Hello Choctaw November 1970

Biskinik Iti Fabvssa

A New Chahta Homeland: A History by the Decade, 1970-1980

The 1970-1980 period marked the beginning of the contemporary Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma government with the development of a new constitution in 1979.

Iti Fabvssa - Construction of Broken Bow dam

Biskinik Iti Fabvssa

A New Chahta Homeland: A History by the Decade, 1960-1970

This month covers the 1960-1970 period when legislation outlining the process for Choctaw termination was developed and passed into U.S. law.

Iti Fabvssa - Chief Harry J. W. Belvin

Biskinik Iti Fabvssa

A New Chahta Homeland: A History by the Decade, 1950-1960

Covering the 1950-1960 period when legislation outlining the process for Choctaw termination was developed and passed into U.S. law.

Chief William A. Durant

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A New Chahta Homeland: A History by the Decade, 1940-1950

This month covers the 1940-1950 period when Choctaws worked with U.S. Congressmen to address issues regarding land restrictions and sell their coal and asphalt lands.

Muriel Wright

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A New Chahta Homeland: A History by the Decade, 1930-1940

This month covers the 1930-1940 period when Choctaws responded to the 1934 Indian Reorganization Act and formally organized an Advisory Council to help make decisions regarding Choctaw issues – serving as a de facto legislative branch.

Choctaw camp meeting

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A New Chahta Homeland: A History by the Decade, 1920-1930

This month covers the 1920-1930 period as Choctaw Nation navigated the best possible ways to provide for Choctaw people despite the severe constraints it faced as a government.

Choctaw Firefighters

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In Honor of our Choctaw Firefighters

Since time immemorial, Choctaw people have had a relationship with fire through the land. Like many other Indigenous communities across North America, Choctaw people have used fire for land management to create open, biologically diverse environments that lead to better habitats for animals and edible plants.