Continuing the legacy of our rich culture is of the utmost importance to the Chickasaw Nation. From the Language Revitalization Program to the Historic Preservation and Repatriation Office, discover a variety of cultural programs that are dedicated to preserving the Chickasaw way of life.

January 15, 2012 - Chickasaw Council House Museum

Chickasaw Nation News

The Chickasaw Council House Museum, located on the Capitol Square in Tishomingo, houses unique Chickasaw artifacts and photographs, including the first Council House built more than 150 years ago. Three gallery spaces hold objects pertinent to Chickasaw heritage and tradition, and tell our story from the very beginning — each item representing a specific time, place and/or person important to Chickasaw history. For more information or to schedule a tour, call (580) 371-3351.



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