Creek-Seminole Mythology

The Mythology Creek-Seminole includes the following Native American peoples: Creek, Muscogee, Muskogee, Mvskoke, Seminole, Alabama, Alobimon, Alibamu, Coushatta, Koasati, Hitchiti

The Creeks are a Native American people who originally lived in the Southeastern United States, they are part of the Five Civilized Tribes. They call themselves the Muscogee Where Muskogee. This last name that they use nowadays, is written Mvskoke according to the traditional spelling. Muscogees today live primarily in Oklahoma, Alabama, Georgia and Florida. Their language, Mvskoke, is part of the Muskogean language family. The Seminoles are close relatives of the Muscogees and also speak the creek language.

The nation seminole emerged in the XVIIIe century; it was made up of Indians from the current states of Georgia, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida, most often from the Creek nation but also African-Americans fleeing slavery in Georgia (see Black Seminoles) .

The Alabama, Alibamons Where Alibamu are a Native American tribe of the United States belonging to the Creeks confederacy, originating from what became the state of Alabama to which they gave their name. After being moved to Texas in the XVIIIe and early nineteenthe century under pressure from European-American settlers, they united with the Coushatta (Koasati) to become the current Alabama-Coushatta tribe, while retaining their own language, the Alabama language.

The Coushattas (or Koasatislisten)) are a Native American people who originally lived in the U.S. state of Louisiana, in the southern United States. The Coushatta people were made up of farmers who grew maize and other plants, which were eaten in addition to the products of the hunt. He has developed quality craftsmanship, in particular the manufacture of baskets.

The Hitchiti were a tribe of the Creek people who resided primarily in a village of the same name on the eastern shore of the Chattahoochee in western Georgia.

Creek-Seminole Mythology

Creek-Seminole Mythology (texts)

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