The Holisso Center

Mason Cole, Manager of Libraries, Archives and Research, The Chickasaw Cultural Center

Many visitors come to the Holisso Center passionate to learn more about the Chickasaw tribe or their ancestors, and the Nation hopes to keep them engaged in their search for knowledge. The Holisso Center's full-time genealogists are able to help visitors learn about their families and ties to one of the Five Civilized Tribes. The Holisso Center recommends people bring the names, birth dates and any other relevant information about the family member they'd like to research. Visit for more information.


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