Chickasaws: Signatories to the Choctaw Removal Treaty

Stephen H. Greetham, Executive Officer & General Counsel, Chickasaw Nation

Stephen Greetham serves as attorney for the Chickasaw Nation and works closely with the Choctaws. He explains the circumstances that led the Chickasaws to sign the Choctaw Removal Treaty, also known as the 1830 Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek.


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