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Tyra Shackleford, Chickasaw textile artist2019 First American art magazine 23: 72-7
  • Tyra Shackleford
  • Vicki Monks interv
H6/KUB [FIRST-]2333-5548
Choctaw-Chickasaw painter Norma Howard2018/2019 First American art magazine 21: 52-7
  • Norma Howard
  • Vicki Monks interv
H6/KUB [FIRST-]2333-5548
The Chickasaw Press: a source of power and pride2018 American Indian culture and research journal 42 (3): 183-202
  • Elizabeth Rule
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463in special issue 'Representing Native peoples: Native narratives of indigenous history and culture'
Rethinking American Indian and non-Indian relations in the United States and exploring tribal sovereignty: perspectives from Indian Country and from inside the Bureau of Indian Affairs2017 Polar: political and legal anthropology review 40 (2): 278-94
  • Valerie Lambert
H6/KF [APLA-]1081-6976
Ackia and Ogoula Tchetoka: defining two battlefields of the 1736 French and Chickasaw war in southeastern North America2017 Journal of field archaeology 42 (5): 423-36
  • Brad R. Lieb
  • Charles R. Cobb
  • Chester B. DePratter
  • James B. Legg
  • Stephen D. Smith
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0093-4690
Chickasaw textile artist: Margaret Roach Wheeler2016/2017 First American art magazine 13: 70-5
  • Vicki Monks
H6/KUB [FIRST-]2333-5548
Chickasaw-Ponca painter: Brent Greenwood2015 First American art magazine 8: 68-73
  • America Meredith
H6/KUB [FIRST-]2333-5548
T.C. Stuart and the Monroe Mission among the Chickasaw in Mississippi, 1819-18342015 Native South 8: 63-88
  • Otis W. Pickett
H6/KUB [NATIVE SOUTH-]1943-2596
Family at the heart of Chickasaw langugage reclamation2015 American Indian quarterly 39 (2): 154-79
  • Kari A.B. Chew
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Sustenance and health among the five tribes in Indian Territory, postremoval to statehood2015 Ethnohistory 62 (2): 263-84
  • Devon A. Mihesuah
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-]0014-1801
Lest we remember: Civil War memories and commemmoration among the five tribes2012 American Indian quarterly 36 (4): 525-44
  • Jeff Fortney
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182Xin special issue 'Native American cultural tourism: spectatorship and participation'
A confederate officer earns his command. Chickasaw diplomacy during the sectional crisis2011 Native South 4: 82-104
  • Daniel Flaherty
H6/KUB [NATIVE SOUTH-]1943-2596
Hina' Falaa, "the long path": an analysis of Chickasaw settlement using GIS in northeast Mississippi, 1650-18402011 Native South 4: 24-54
  • Brad R. Lieb
  • Wendy Cegielski
H6/KUB [NATIVE SOUTH-]1943-2596
From actors to directors: new voices at the C.H. Nash Museum at Chucalissa2011 Practicing anthropology 33 (2): 35-9
  • Robert Patrick Connolly
qH6 [PRACTICING-]0888-4552in special issue 'Collaborative museum ethnography'
"We kept these horses"2010 American Indian NMAI 11 (2): 34-9
  • James Ring Adams
*H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]1528-0640
Measuring Chickasaw adaptation on the western frontier of the colonial south: a correlation of documentary and archaeological data2008 Southeastern archaeology 27 (1): 1-30
  • Brad R. Lieb
  • Jay K. Johnson
  • John W. O'Hear
  • Robbie Ethridge
  • Susan L. Scott
H6/KE [SOUTHEASTERN-]0734-578X
Glimpses of local masculinities: learning from interviews with Kiowa, Comanche, Apache and Chickasaw men2005 Southern anthropologist 31 (1/2): 1-17
  • Margaret Bender
H6/KUB [SOUTHERN-]155-4133in thematic issue 'Fatherhood and masculinities in context'
'My boys act like midwives': changes across three generations of Indian fathers2005 Southern anthropologist 31 (1/2): 18-34
  • Lisa J. Lefler
H6/KUB [SOUTHERN-]155-4133in thematic issue 'Fatherhood and masculinities in context'
Chi Ka Sha goes to Washington: Chickasaw narratives on the NMAI2005 American Indian quarterly 29 (3/4): 491-5
  • Joshua Don Hinson
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182Xin special issue 'The National Museum of the American Indian'
Avoiding the smallpox spirits: colonial epidemics and Southeastern Indian survival2004 Ethnohistory 51 (1): 45-71
  • Paul Kelton
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY]0014-1801
A phonological and phonetic study of word-level stress in Chickasaw2004 International journal of American linguistics 70 (1): 1-32
  • Matthew Gordon
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
Trading paths. Mapping Chickasaw history in the eighteenth century2003 American Indian quarterly 27 (3/4): 758-80
  • Wendy S. Jean
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
The impossible foundations: Native Americans in William Faulkner's novels2003 L'Homme 166: 31-58
  • Aude Lalande
H6 [HOMME-]0439-4216English summary
Singing for Garfish: music and Woodland communities in eastern Oklahoma2002 Ethnomusicology 46 (2): 284-306
  • Jason Baird Jackson
  • Victoria Lindzay Levine
H6/KFYV [ETHNOMUSICOLOGY-]0014-1836
Linda Hogan's poems2001 Thule 10/11: 241-53
  • Gabriella Laterza
H6/KUL [THULE-]in monographic issue 'Letterature Native Americane'; French, Spanish, Portuguese and English summaries
Some phonetic structures of Chickasaw2000 Anthropological linguistics 42 (3): 366-400
  • Matthew Gordon
  • Pamela Munro
  • Peter Ladefoged
H6/KK [ANTHROPOLOGICAL-]0003-5483
The terrestrial and aquatic intelligence of Linda Hogan1999 SAIL: studies in American Indian literatures (Series 2) 11 (4): 6-22
  • Donelle N. Dreese
*H6/KUB [SAIL-]0730-3238with editorial note by J Purdy
The politics of the border in Linda Hogan's Mean Spirit1999 SAIL: studies in American Indian literatures (Series 2) 11 (4): 46-60
  • Ionka Krumova KrĊ­steva
*H6/KUB [SAIL-]0730-3238with editorial note by J Purdy
Linda Hogan's tribal imperative: collapsing space through 'living' tribal traditions and1999 SAIL: studies in American Indian literatures (Series 2) 11 (4): 23-45
  • Melani Bleck
*H6/KUB [SAIL-]0730-3238with editorial note by J Purdy
Stone tools, politics, and the eighteenth-century Chickasaw in northeast Mississippi1997 American antiquity 62 (2): 215-30
  • Jay K. Johnson
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]Spanish summary