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MUSCOGEE

A STUDY OF THE CREEK INDIANS
The Original Inhabitants of much of Alabama And Georgia

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Links updated 11/29/2004

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~~ Creek Lifestyles, Customs And Legends ~~ Multi-Racial Ancestry ~~ Creek clans and Creek history ~~ Creek history (N.Georgia Native Americans) ~~ A Creek history (Bearheart Gallery) ~~ A Creek Indian History (Chehaw Native Indian Festival) ~~ Communal Harmony among the Muscogee ~~ Indian Land Areas for Southeast ~~ Indian ancestry (BIA) ~~ A Creek Indian Bibliography ~~ Georgia Indians (CVIOG) ~~ Scott Roberts' Arrowheads ~~ Treaties with the Creeks 1790-1854


Ryal School

Creek Lifestyles, Customs And Legends
by Linda Berno
Ryal School, Henryetta OK.


MULTI-RACIAL ANCESTRY

Two sites concerned with historical multi-racial relations and with slavery of both Indians and Blacks. They provide some insights into conditions resulting in multi-racial ancestry.


Archive.org Creek customs and
Creek history
OK/IT from
Welcome to the Muscogee
(Creek) Nation
.


Native Americans
in North Georgia

Creek history
from the N. Georgia Native Americans site.


bearA Creek history
from the Bearheart Gallery in Pensacola FL.


Chehaw Festival

Archive.org A Creek Indian History as it relates to the Southeast
from the old Archive.org Chehaw National Indian Festival webpage.


FIC

Communal Harmony among the Muscogee

from the Fellowship of Intentional Community site. Page down to title. By Native American Glenn Morris,Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Colorado at Denver.


  • Archive.org Indian Land Areas for Southeast
  • Portrays results of cases before the U.S. Indian Claims Commission or the U.S. Court of Claims in which an American Indian tribe proved its original tribal occupancy.


    Archive.org Dept of Interior
    Bureau of Indian Affairs

    Archive.org Indian ancestry
    from the Bureau of Indian Affairs webpage.


    A Creek Indian Bibliography
    by Anne E. Gometz.
    An excellent source.


    UNIV. of GA
    CARL VINSON INSTITUTE of GOVERNMENT
    GeorgiaInfo

    GA Indians

    "Georgia Indians" , containing many fine links under Prehistoric, Early Historic and Later Historic, relevant to Indians of Southeast U.S.


    Scott

    SCOTT ROBERTS' ARROWHEADS

    Scott Roberts arrowheads were collected over many years by his father around Lake Martin, in Elmore County AL, along the banks of the Alabama River and in Escambia County. Pictures: ~ 1 (50k) ~ 2 (37k) ~ 3 (29k) ~ 4 (40k) ~ 5 (45k) ~ 6 (31k) ~ 7 (62k) ~ 8 (68k)


    OSU Digital Pubs
    OSU Library ~ Indian Affairs: Laws & Treaties

    TREATIES WITH THE CREEKS 1790-1854

    Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties, Compiled and Edited by Charles J. Kappler. For all Indian nations. The treaties provide complete text and list all signers, usually identifying groups represented.

    Listing of Creek Treaties on separate site.


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