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Unlike modern nations, Indian nations seldom recognized clear, exact boundaries to their lands. However, Chickasaw and Choctaw Indians came to accept as a dividing line the stream that flowed in this valley. It remained the boundary until both tribes moved to Oklahoma in the 1830s. Although the stream's course has been changed somewhat by a modern drainage canal, it is still called Line Creek. Near here Noah Wall and his Choctaw wife had a stand where food and shelter were provided.

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