The Flying Unicorn



Regina was a unicorn.

She was a very special unicorn, and her tribe considered her one of the greatest creatures in the world, for Regina had wings, and she could fly.

Great big gossamer wings the color of moonlight, could take her soaring into the air above, her white body gleaming in the sun at day, and sparkling in the moon-and star-light at night.

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Choctaw Nation

Choctaw Indian Nation traces its ancestry to Mississippi and some sections of Alabama. Legends tell that the Choctaw people originated from “Nanih Waya”, a sacred hill near what is now known as Noxapter, Mississippi. “Nanih Waiya” means “Productive Mound” and is often referred to as “The Mother Mound”.

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