Our Traditions, Our Culture, Our Elders, Their Stories

The Choctaw Tribal Elders Oral History Project is dedicated to the preservation and perpetuity of the Life ways of the Mississippi Choctaws.  This Project is an effort of the Department of Chahta Immi’s Special Projects / Media Program to capture aspects of the Choctaw Heritage as told by Tribal elders for archival & educational purposes. The resources on this website covers several categories of Choctaw cultural traditions contributed by Choctaw tribal elders, individuals & organizations. As a result of this work we present a series of video features highlighting cultural traditions, a gallery of Mississippi Choctaw images, media resources, and CTEOHP partner links.

Photo provided through the courtesy of Marquette University – Special Collections & Archives

For more information about any of the images, videos, or other resources contact Special Projects / Media Program Department of Chahta Immi at (601)663-7735 or (601)650-7443

Project was funded by MICA Cultural Resource Fund.

CONTACT INFORMATION

SPECIAL PROJECTS/MEDIA PROGRAM
DEPARTMENT OF CHAHTA IMMI

EDDIE JOHNSON

Special Projects / Media Coordinator
Phone (601)663-7735 / EMAIL eddie.johnson@choctaw.org

PRISCILLA WILLIAMS

Multi-Media Production Specialist
PHONE (601)650-7443 / EMAIL priscilla.williams@choctaw.org

SEQUITA PHILLIPS

Electronic Records Specialist
Phone (601)650-7416 / EMAIL sequita.phillips@choctaw.org

MISSISSIPPI BAND OF CHOCTAW INDIANS
P.O.BOX 6010
CHOCTAW, MS 39350