I have been reviewing your website for veracity and factuality. Unfortunately, there is information which is somewhat erronous regarding Washitaw. I have enclosed a few books for your education regarding the Choctaw Empire. You may go to Amazon.com, to view or review books about the Choctaw Nation which were indigenous to America. The Rise and Fall of the Choctaw Empire;
you will find many books about the Choctaw. Further, you can see the treaties regarding the Choctaw Nation at
A very Advance nation which issued passports, free trade with substance, not human commerce or certificates. However, regarding Washitaw there is a river in Arkansas by the name Washitaw and a University too. The rivers are the true identifier of the people and their true location, depending on advancement of villages, the name of the villages reflect the people identity there as well. For Instance, Choctawhatchee, Choctawhatchee Big Springs, Chautuga, Chattahoocie, Choctaw County, Choctaw Beach...etc. To conclude, during the french revolution the Chickasaw Nation, raided Choctaw villages to kidnap Choctaw men, woman, and children, to sell to British-European Plantation owners to harvest sugar cane and other crops, in exchange for guns to fight the French. You can check it out at the Chickasaw Official Website, history. Well nevertheless, we are all brothers and sisters, our goal should be to unite, to uplift, and free the people. I current advocate, the release of all prisoners of war, in the colonies, which are regulated by the State of FL.US., not in Florida. The geniocide among other things which are a violations of Treaties, Constitutional Rights, and Geneva COnventions...need to be spoken out and bought to the light. Seek justice while it is still day.
(Thank you) Yokoke!