Chickasaw Farms and Plantations in Appendix (Location Key)


According to the "Appendix" to The Sound and the Fury, some of "Ikkemotubbe's descendants and people" remain in Mississippi after the Chickasaws have been 'removed' as a group to Oklahoma; they live on farms that "they too called plantations" (328), where some of them owned slaves. The text gives no cues about where these places might have been, or how many of them there were, but does clearly suggest that the farms, the plantations and the Indians who owned them all disappeared "at last" - presumably some time after the Civil War (329).