Courtesy of the University of Alabama Cartographic Research Laboratory
Chickasaw Territory in Alabama, 1824
This section from an 1824 map of Alabama shows the extent of Chickasaw territory in the state prior their removal in the 1830s.
The majority of Chickasaw lands lay in what are now northern Mississippi and western Tennessee, but the tribe also occupied
portions of present-day Colbert (not created until 1867), Franklin, and Marion counties.