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Muscogee (North American people)


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    • Creek (North American people)
    • Este Mvskokvlke (North American people)
    • Lower Muscogee (North American people)
    • Muscogee Creek (North American people)
    • Muscogulge (North American people)
    • Muskogee (North American people)
    • Upper Muscogee (North American people)
  • Sources

    • found: Gale encyclopedia of multicultural America online, Sept. 4, 2015:(Creek Indians called themselves Muscogees, or Muscogulges, English traders noted that their towns always sat on the banks of picturesque creeks)
    • found: College of the Muscogee Nation WWW site, Oct. 2, 2015:(Students, community, and Muscogee Creek people are the true foundation for every class taught and every degree offered at the college; Certificate in Mvskoke Language Studies)
    • found: Muscogee (Creek) Nation official website, Oct. 2, 2015:Identification card page (Muscogee (Creek) Nation Citizenship Identification Card: On the front is "Este Mvskokvlke", which refers to the Muscogee (Creek) Nation (people) as a whole) history page (Muscogee (Creek) people are descendents of a remarkable culture that, before 1500 AD, spanned all the region known today as the Southeastern United States. ... The English called the Muscogee peoples occupying the towns on the Coosa and the Tallapoosa rivers, Upper Creeks, and those to the southeast, on the Chattahoochee and Flint rivers, the Lower Creeks ... Muscogee people ... Muscogee Nation)
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    • 2015-10-02: new
    • 2016-01-06: revised
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