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Stone River crossing —Tingle, Tim, author.

"Martha Tom knows better than to cross the Bok Chitto River to pick blackberries. The Bok Chitto is the only border between her town in the Choctaw Nation and the slave-owning plantation in Mississippi territory. The sla...

How I became a ghost a Choctaw Trail of Tears story —Tingle, Tim, author.
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A Choctaw boy tells the story of his tribe's removal from the only land its people had ever known, and how their journey to Oklahoma led him to become a ghost--one with the ability to help those he left behind.

No name —Tingle, Tim, author.

When his mother leaves, sixteen-year-old Bobby, a Choctaw, begins living in a hole in his backyard to avoid his abusive father, and is surprised to find friends and neighbors willing to help him. Inspired by the traditio...

Danny Blackgoat, Navajo prisoner —Tingle, Tim, author.

Danny Blackgoat, a sixteen-year-old Navajo, is labeled a troublemaker during the Long Walk of 1864 and sent to a prisoner outpost in Texas, where fellow captive Jim Davis saves him from a bully and starts him on the road...

Danny Blackgoat : rugged road to freedom —Tingle, Tim, author.

Having escaped from Fort Davis, Texas, seventeen-year-old Danny Blackgoat, a Navajo, must still face many obstacles in order to rescue his family from Fort Sumner, New Mexico, and find freedom after the Long Walk of 1864...

A name earned —Tingle, Tim, author.

As the basketball playoffs draw near, Chocktaw teen Bobby Byington shares the legend of No Name with his teammates, who are dealing with family problems all too familiar to him.

No more No Name —Tingle, Tim, author.

Life is better for Choctaw teenager Bobby Byington as he returns to the basketball team, helps teammate Lloyd and neighbor Faye through some difficulties, and sees his family drawing close again.

When a ghost talks, listen : a Choctaw Trail of Tears story —Tingle, Tim, author.

"Ten-year-old Isaac, now a ghost, continues with his people as they walk the Choctaw Trail of Tears headed to Indian Territory in what will one day become Oklahoma. There have been surprises aplenty on their trek, but no...

Trust your name —Tingle, Tim, author.

When the Choctaw Nation sponsors an all-Indian high school basketball team to compete in a summer tournament, the team includes Choctaw Bobby Byington and other Indian high school players from Eastern Oklahoma.