The Muscogee (or Muskogee), also known as the Creek, are a Native American
people ... The result was a weakening of the Creek Nation and the forced ceding
of .... using her connections to foster pea...
Facts about Creek Indian food, clothing, houses, villages, art and crafts, weapons
... Where did the Creek Indians get their name? ... Today, many people use the
two words together: Muskogee Creek. .... What kinds of stories do the Creeks tell?
The Creek were known to wear highly decorated and sophisticated clothing. ...
where they built their houses, what food they ate, and what weapons they used.
... and English settlers did not begin for the Creek Indians until the late 1600s.
The Creek Indians banded together to protect themselves from other bands of ...
the Creek Indians built ceremonial shrines which served kind of as the town
center. ... took hold, the Creek Indians started building solid homes made from
wood. ... Indian Blankets, Indian Bridal Wear, Indian Clothes, Indian Costumes,
The Creek Indians lived in well fortified villages. ... had two types of villages,
these people had two types of homes, but these were seasonal homes, for cold
and hot weather. ... Central Plaza: The Central Plaza was used for many
When Europeans arrived on the North American continent, the Creek Indians .... It
was also used for social gatherings where the entire town could enjoy .... they did
in the East; unexpected flooding destroyed new homes and crops, ..... I hope this
inspires more of us Creeks to document stories, types of living skills, crafts etc.
Each tribe needed a kind of housing that would fit their lifestyle and their climate.
... Wigwams (or wetus) are Native American houses used by Algonquian Indians
in the woodland regions. ... good homes for agricultural people who intended to
stay in one place, like the Cherokees and Creeks. ... They did not have any walls.
The history of early Georgia is largely the history of the Creek Indians. For most of
... Not until the 1760s did the Creeks become a minority population in Georgia.
If you need more information or a different tribe than listed below, ... In and north
of the United States there were some twenty well-defined types .... Later, log
cabins with bark roofs were used for homes. ... Creek families lived in dwellings
that consisted of one to four buildings, depending on the size and wealth of the
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Dec 16, 2013 ... Compare and Contrast Creek and Indian Structures to those of Georgians today.
... Also, the Cherokee did not "Copy" European houses. ... Jackson used the
military to force them out anyway, and thousands of them died on ... much more
complicated than anything built by the Native Americans at that time, ...