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The Chickasaw Inkana Foundation preserves, protects and interprets Chickasaw history and culture in the historic Chickasaw Homeland, which constitutes not only its heart of present day Tupelo, but greater northern Mississippi, western Tennessee, northwestern Alabama, and southwestern Kentucky.
inkana [in·ka·nuh] n. "friend"
On Tuesday evening our CEO Brady Davis met with Mayor Todd Jordan and members of the Daughters of the American Revolution to proclaim November as Native American Heritage Month in Tupelo, Mississippi. We are fortunate to have such great partners as the City of Tupelo and the DAR. https://t.co/5NMkUL76EVRead More
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Don't miss out on the Chickasaw Inkana Foundation Legacy Awards Gala to support the Chickasaw Heritage Center's Journey Home capital campaign, Thursday, September 15! Tickets: #ChickasawInkanaFoundation #Chickasaw #Gala #ChickasawHeritageCenterRead More
The Chickasaw Inkana Foundation seeks to preserve, protect and interpret Chickasaw culture and history in the historic Chickasaw Homeland.