Tash Pishofa is a dish which contains cracked corn and pork. Pishofa was used by dootons at healing ceremonies for the gravely ill. Also the dish was a very popular dish and everyone knew about it.
Udu drum(a drum the Chickasaw people made. It's made of clay. It usually takes 3-5 days for the clay to dry so you can use it. The chickasaw people used it at a traditional dinner.
This map was used in the 1700s. The circle size wasn't about the population, it was who was more threatening to them. The chickasaw people used this map to figure out where they were going and people today sometimes don't know how to look at this map cause it's so different.
Two men with poles that were 8 feet long and tapered at the end to pierce the ground would line up, usually with a crowd of spectators watching. One man would then roll a disc-shaped polished stone, beveled on each side, down the field. Once the disc was in motion rolling downward, the men would cast their poles toward the disc, as the stone would come to rest. The man who had thrown his pole closet to the disc gained a point. Two points were earned if the pole made contact with the disc.
Toompalliꞌ chokkaꞌ or summer house was a slider structure designed to provide shade from the sun and protection from the rain. Timbers forms the walls they were made of pine or cypress.
Moccasins( shoes made out of bear or elk skin. The chickasaw people go hunting and when they kill an elk or a bear they skin the animal and tie it. Chickasaw people wear this in their house. The creator of the first moccasin is unknown.
The Indians worshipped nature, especially the sun. The chickasaw people believed in the underworld(evil spirits)