US Government purchases land from Chickasaw

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Historical Context Note

In 1818 leaders of the Chickasaw Nation in Oklahoma signed the Treaty of Old Town, ceding their lands in western Kentucky and Tennessee to the US government.

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  1. First Peoples in North America