The Chickasaw Map of 1723 is an illustration of how the Chickasaw people visualized relationships with other tribes at the time.
The map delineates an adept understanding of population, power, influence and diplomacy within a 700,000 square mile area, including waterways and trade routes.
The circles represent towns and villages, while the blue horizontal stripes represent waterways. Each shape and symbol in the blanket has meaning and tells the story of the Chickasaw at this time.
100% Egyptian Cotton
75 x 60 inches
Designed by Oklahoman Chickasaw artists, and woven in the USA.