Question by  sinemasiren (95)

What can you tell me about Muskogean Indians in the seventeenth century?


Answer by  skinnybob (248)

The name Muskogean refers to the language of the tribes. Muskogean was spoken by the Choctaw, Creek-Seminole, Koasati, Alabama, Chickasaw, Apalachee, Hitchiti and Mikasuki tribes. In the seventeenth century most of these tribes were living by means of hunting, gathering, gardening, fishing and trading with other local tribes. The European traders were starting to infiltrate their way of life.


Answer by  louisranjhanyahooin (109)

Muskogean Indians are American Indians. They are indigenous people of the United States. Bronze skinned women and men from northern Asia has been exploring and settling the America. American-Indian groups had established a form of tribal or group government for keeping order and to be interrelated among and between each other.

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