Chickasaw: Unconquered and Unconquerable was the first publication for the Chickasaw Press in 2007. This coffee-table size art book offers readers a glimpse into the rich history of this United States Native American community through the lens of photographer David Fitzgerald and brief essays by community writers including Jeannie Barbour, Amanda Cobb and Linda Hogan. The 127-page book features 125 colour photographs of the people and places of this Nation who now resides in Oklahoma. Removed from their traditional lands of the Southeast, the Chickasaw Nation was one of the many communities forced by the government's removal policy. Today they flourish as educators, politicians, artists, writers, preachers, soldiers, and contemporary men, women and children. The photographer captures images of the land and the people organized around themes of homeland, rebuilding a Nation, our fire, the Chickasaw Nation Today, and Chickasaw portraits. Brief essays serve as introductions to each chapter. Captions for each photo identify the subject and historical context. This colourful and well-designed book offers something for all interests.