Stanley Nelson takes a look at the game of to'li' through the eyes of the Chickasaw people, exploring its importance not only as a recreational activity but also as a cultural phenomenon, teasing out clues to Chickasaw cultural and societal norms embedded in the game’s past. Intended as a broad introduction to to'li', the book includes a history of the game, a look at recent revitalization efforts, and historical and modern perspectives on rules, uniforms, and equipment.
3. Section One: History
4. Section Two: Uniforms and Equipment
5. Section Three: Rules and Regulations