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Introduction

The Chickasaw Village Sources

The Village Location Keys

Remaining Village Locations

The Decades and the Villages

Abbreviations

Figures (Maps)

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Current Village Locations

References

Abbreviations

(Adair): Adair, James

(Cook): Cook, Palmer and Riley

(ETHS): East Tennessee Historical Society

(FLC): Fleur de Lys and Calumet, McWilliams

(IGJ): Iberville's Gulf Journal, McWilliams

(ISEUS): Indians of the Southeastern United States, Swanton

(JCHA): Journal of the Commons House of Assembly of South Carolina, Easterby

(JMH): Journal Mississippi History

(Malone): The Chickasaw Nation A Short Sketch of a Nobel People

(McGee): Chickasaw History According to Malcolm McGee, Draper38

(MPA): Mississippi Provincial Archives, French Dominion

(Nairne): Nairne, Thomas

(SCIAD): South Carolina Documents Relating to Indian Affairs

(Swanton): Swanton, John R.

(TAIF): The Appalachian Indian Frontier, Jacobs

(USGS): United States Geodetic Survey (map)