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- noun Any of an indigenous people of the southeastern United States, also called
Creek, many of whom were relocated to Oklahoma in the 1830s.
- proper noun the
Muskogeanlanguage spoken by the Muscogee
- proper noun a
ghost townin Florida
- proper noun a county in the U.S. state of Georgia
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In 1831, the collective Indian tribes known as The Five Civilized Tribes (Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Muscogee-Creek, and Seminole) were living as an autonomous nation in the American South.
Nevertheless, the fact that counties like Muscogee (Fort Benning, GA) and Cumberland (Fort Bragg, NC) -- which are much more homogeneous -- both shifted to Obama and elected Obama is quite telling.
The Plot: Jenna (a modern girl of Muscogee (Creek) and Ojibway (Chippewa/Anishinabe) descent) wishes she could be a jingle dancer like her grandmother.
The Koasati seem to have included the ancient Alibamu of central Alabama, while the Hitchiti, on lower Chattahoochee river, appear to have been the remnant of the ancient people of southeast Georgia, and claimed to be of more ancient occupancy than the Muscogee.
It's just east and south of Muscogee where this happened.
From what I understand from the emergency medical services here in Muscogee, they've dispatched all the ambulances to the scene.
All we know is that they've dispatched all the EMS units from Muscogee to the scene in order to accommodate for a number of injuries.
Then, in June, 1883, while I was at Muscogee, I got a telegram from 'Cap' White asking me to report at once to him at Red Oak.
The Creek had heard that question before, from scandalized missionaries and perplexed registry clerks when he went to Muscogee to enroll himself and his family in one of the many "final" records ordered to be made by the Government preparatory to dividing the Creek lands among the individual citizens.
I was at Muscogee, I got a telegram from 'Cap' White asking me to report at once to him at Red Oak.