4 inch by 6 inch nylon flag with sewn edges, mounted on a 10 inch black plastic staff with gold-look spear tip. Price is per stick flag, base is not included.
An unstrung bow, encompassing three arrows and a smoking pipe-hatchet, symbolizes the history and tradition of the Choctaw Indians. Peaceable by nature, the Choctaws smoked their pipe-hatchets (or tomahawks), as they sat in solemn deliberation around council fires. The three arrows symbolize the three great Choctaw Chiefs – Apuckshunnubbe, Pushmataha, and Moshulatubbee – who signed the Treaty of Doak’s Stand (1820), by which the United States assigned the tribe a vast domain west (all of Southern Oklahoma) in exchange for land in Mississippi. Ten years later, after moving west, the Choctaws divided their new domain into three districts and each district was named for one of these great chiefs. Though peace loving, the Choctaws would string their bows speedily and set forth to defend themselves staunchly if they were provoked. (Information sourced from: https://www.choctawnation.com/great-seal-choctaw-nation)
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