Chickasaw Nation as Role Model

William Paul

William Paul discusses the conflict in the tribe pre-statehood, between those who wanted to fend off the advances of the "white man," and those who wanted to work together in peace for mutual benefit. Paul's grandfather, who advocated a peaceful cooperation, helped bring the Santa Fe railroad, which still runs today.


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