My sons are all dead—one in the wars with the Muscogee and two slain by the Chickasaw.
These Indians belonged to the Chickasaw tribe, which subsequently became quite prominent in the history of our land.
He afterward held the appointment of Indian commissioner to the Chickasaw and Choctaw.
We should never have known of that exploit at Chickasaw Bluff.
So Anthony, beautifully groomed and dressed and taking his Chickasaw valet, rigged a sail to his canoe and started for Pensacola.
His death occurred during the Chickasaw campaign ; while leading the Miami contingent he was captured and burned at the stake.
Fifty-two of these projectiles were fired from the Chickasaw in the short half-hour of her attack.
On the 22d of May, it encamped about twenty-seven miles from the Chickasaw villages.
Safely he passed a thousand snags, safely reached the bluffs of Chickasaw, and saw the fort.
General Sherman long since retrieved his failure at Chickasaw Bayou.
1670s, from Chickasaw Chikasha, the people's name for themselves.