Where Did They Live• The Choctaw Tribe lived in Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana, and Florida.
Homes• The Choctaw Tribe lived in villages, small corn fields, and houses.
Clothing• The Choctaw women wore wrap around skirts made of deer skin or woven fiber.• The Choctaw men wore breechcloths.• Both Choctaw men and women wore poncho- style capes in cold weather.
Food• The Choctaw Indians ate corn, beans, squash, melons, and sunflower seeds.• The Choctaw Indians got their food by farming and hunting.
Jobs• The Choctaw boys hunted and fished with their fathers. But all Choctaw children helped around the house.• The Choctaw women had to be farmers, took care of children, and helped around the house.• Men had to hunt and sometimes went to war to protect their families.
Games• Teen age boys played Toli a lacrosse-like stick ball game, and girls played with beaded dolls. Choctaw kids also played Chunkey, foot ball, swimming, and foot races.
Worship• The Choctaw Indians maintain a deep faith in supernatural forces linking humans and other living creatures.
Interesting Facts• Mothers carried their babies in cradleboards on their back.