Introduction: Challenges to Chickasaw sovereignty -- Struggle for independence from the Choctaw Nation, 1837-1855 -- Trouble with Texans and Western Indians, 1830s-1890s -- Decision not to adopt former slaves, 1866-1907 -- Right to tax and eject U.S. citizens, 1870s-1890s -- Curbing the influence of intermarried White men, 1870s-1907 -- Keeping the school system under Chickasaw control, 1880-1907 -- Epilogue: The end of Chickasaw sovereignty.
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