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Choctaw Chief Moshulatubbee

Choctaw Chief Moshulatubbee

Choctaw Chief Moshulatubbee shown in native dress from a painting in the Smithsonian by George Catlin. Ordering We know that some people would prefer to order a print or painting entirely online. However, we appreciate your interest and would like to get acquainted...
Choctaw Chief Pushmataha

Choctaw Chief Pushmataha

Chief Pushmataha was one of the three principal chiefs. He fought in the Battle of New Orleans as one of Andrew Jackson’s generals and was highly praised by Jackson. He died in Washington D.C. and is buried there. Ordering We know that some people would prefer...
Choctaw Governor Wilson N. Jones

Choctaw Governor Wilson N. Jones

Wilson N. Jones is shown on his ranch that covered northeastern Bryan County with his cowhands/militia in the background. He established Jones Academy for Choctaw boys and Wilson N. Jones Hospital in Sherman, Texas. Ordering We know that some people would prefer to...
Choctaw Chief Tandy Walker

Choctaw Chief Tandy Walker

Tandy Walker was a colonel in the Confederate Army with Choctaw and Chickasaw troops involved mainly in guerrilla raids in eastern Oklahoma and Arkansas. Ordering We know that some people would prefer to order a print or painting entirely online. However, we...
Choctaw Chief Peter Pitchlynn

Choctaw Chief Peter Pitchlynn

From a portrait by George Catlin done when Peter Pitchlynn was a young man.  Pitchlynn later became a chief after the Civil War, and fought for Choctaw interests in Washington. Ordering We know that some people would prefer to order a print or painting entirely...