Recently, I discovered that my grandmother was a full-blooded Choctaw Indian. While attending the Collective Leadership Bar Academy – a gathering of select lawyers from around the United States – I was able to connect with the Native American Bar Association, as I explore more about myself and my family history.
Choctaw Indians started about in Mississippi and then many migrated to Oklahoma. History and genealogy shows that a few migrated north to Michigan – which is where I am from. To learn more about the Choctaw Indians, visit these websites.