Pushmataha


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Pushmataha

(?1764–1824) Choctaw chief of the Kinsahahi Clan; born at Noxubee Creek in present-day Mississippi. Elected principal chief of the Choctaw in 1805, he urged peace with and ceded much tribal land to the U.S.A. He opposed Tecumseh's attempts to form a confederacy of Indian tribes and he fought for the U.S.A. in the War of 1812. As a chief he invested money in education based on methods of European settlers.
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at the Pushmataha County Commissioners Office in Antlers.
25 (1824) The great chief of the Choctaw Nation, Pushmataha, was buried with full US.
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In the Choctaw Nation, an executive branch consisted of three chiefs, one for each of the three districts, Pushmataha, Apukshunubbee and Mushulatubbee; a Supreme Court and other district courts, and a National Council that met annually.
Chief Pushmataha had no idea how accurate this phrase would become in the Great War, nor could he have foreseen how many Choctaw would serve on active duty with the U.
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