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Articles about chickasaw

by Wayne Wallace
8 years ago
The Lost Treasure of Redbone Cave

In 1541 Hernando De Soto led his columns across the southeast. He was attacked by the Chickasaw Indians at many points along the route. Did the Chickasaw make off with a huge plunder of gold and jewelry that remains hiddent in the hills of northwest Alabama?

by JadeDragon
9 years ago
How to Collect National Park Quarters/America the Beautiful Quarters

Collecting quarters is fun and inexpensive. The US National Park quarter set provides a fun educational activity for coin lovers of all ages.

by JudyE
9 years ago
America's Own Horse Breeds - The Florida Cracker Horse

Like many of America's native horse breeds, the Florida Cracker has its origins in the Spanish horses which were first brought to the shores of America. The cowboys of the time were called 'crackers' because of their use of stockwhips when working cattle. Before long, their horses and cattle also took on the name. The Florida Cracker came close to extinction but there are now concerted moves to preserve it and numbers are slowly rising.

Travel & Places
by Wildlily
7 years ago
Blowing Rock North Carolina - A Hidden Gem

Voted one of America's Prettiest Winter Towns by Travel and Leisure Magazine, Blowing Rock is an ideal destination for a romantic getaway, a family vacation or corporate retreat.

by egdcltd
7 years ago
America's Most Popular Horse, the Quarter Horse

The Quarter Horse, with its ancestry including that of the first horses introduced by the Spaniards into the New World has become America's most popular breed.

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