The Choctaw are a Native American tribe of Muskogean linguistic stock who used to live in what is now southeastern Mississippi and part of Alabama before being removed to less desirable lands west of the Mississippi River by aggressive treaties of the United States government in the early nineteenth century. Their removal set the pattern for what would happen later to other tribes. This report will describe some aspects of Choctaw geography, origins, culture and history in order to place that removal in perspective, and will also describe the most important treaties involved in their removal.
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