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10/5/10 Creek Ethnogenesis “This is the story of an Indian people —the Muscogulges—who were not a people, and of Indian nations—The Creeks and Seminoles—that were not nations Muscogee or Muskogee = wet land ulge = people
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10/5/10 Why “Creek?” Others simply because they lived on Creeks, had no other names
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10/5/10 The Creeks are . . . “A mixture of the remains of the Cawittas, Talepoosas, Coosas, Apalchias, Conshacs or Coosades, Oakmulgis, Oconis, Okchoys, Alibamons, Natchez, Weetumkus, Pakanas, Taënsas, Chacsihoomas, Abékas and some other tribes whose names I do not recollect, will be the next subject of our attention; they call themselves Muscokees and are at present known to us as the general name of Creeks,
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10/5/10 What other notable tribes? Yemasee, Guale, Westo, Apalchee, Apalachicola, Timucua, Calusa, Alabama, Tallapoosa, Coweta, Coosa, Abihka, Kasihtas, Shawnees, Tuskegees Important to note that when asked what they were, they did not say Creek.
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2010 for the course HIST AMH 2097 taught by Professor Kevin during the Fall '10 term at FSU.

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