The Chickasaw White House

Experience Chickasaw History and Culture

Built in 1898, the Chickasaw White House was home to Governor Douglas H. Johnston and his family. Restored in 2006, the elegant house lets visitors travel back in time to a gracious pre-statehood setting at the turn of the 20th century. In Emet, southeast of Tishomingo, this former centerpiece of the Chickasaw Nation shares its history.

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Experience Chickasaw History and Culture
Take a look into the Chickasaw White House, an 1895 Victorian home that acted as the private residence for Chickasaw Gov. Douglas H. Johnston.