Shiloh National Military Park

Chickasaw Inkana Foundation is co-hosting an event with Shiloh National Military Park on August 24 and August 25.  Activities will include stickball, storytelling, archeology, and stompdancing. Special speakers Benny Wallace and Ric Greenwood from the Chickasaw Nation.

2017 Chickasaw Mini-Celebrations

Chickasaw Inkana Foundation will be co-hosting mini-celebrations tenatively in partnership with Union County Heritage Museum on Tuesday, April 18, 2017 and Amory Museum on Thursday, April 20, 2017. We will also be hosting mini-celebrations in Tupelo on September 12, 2017 and Holly Springs on September 14, 2017. Featured will be the Chickasaw Nation Dance Troupe, cultural demonstrations, and special guest speakers on Chickasaw history and culture! 

Tupelo CVB commits up to $1M to Chickasaw center

While the total cost for the future Chickasaw Heritage Center has yet to be determined, it already has gotten some key financial backing.

The Tupelo Convention & Visitors Bureau has committed up to $1 million to the center, which will be built on 162 acres owned by the Chickasaw Inkana Foundation adjacent to the Natchez Trace Parkway.

Tupelo CVB Executive Director Neal McCoy said the money will be a lump sum amount placed in the city’s capital account, with the money paid out as construction is completed.

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