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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muscogee

The Muscogee, also known as the Creek and the Creek Confederacy, are a closely related ... General Andrew Jackson then seized the opportunity to use the rebellion as an ... The result was a weakening of the Creek Nation and the forced ceding of .... He attracted many recruits from a variety of backgrounds who joined his ...

www.warpaths2peacepipes.com/indian-tribes/creek-tribe.htm

Food, clothing, homes, weapons and culture of the Creek people. ... like where did the Creek tribe live, what clothes did they wear and what food did they eat? .... by men and women; Description of the homes and the type of food the Creek ...

www.bigorrin.org/creek_kids.htm

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?

www.reference.com/history/kind-houses-did-creek-indians-live-3322307b9616d37e

Creek Indians lived in long one- or two-room single-family houses with ... Indians lived in round, dome-shaped houses that were constructed using poles and ...

nativeamericans.mrdonn.org/southeast/creek.html

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 purposes.

native-american-indian-facts.com/Southeast-American-Indian-Facts/Creek-Indians-Facts.shtml

The Creek were known to wear highly decorated and sophisticated clothing. ... include 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. ... They were responsible for maintaining a variety of crops and gathered fruits, ...

www.encyclopedia.com/history/united-states-and-canada/north-american-indigenous-peoples/creek

The Creek are a multiethnic American Indian nation living primarily in central Oklahoma, ... British usage 'Ocheesee Creek Indians, " referring to those Creeks then resident on the .... Rivers connected settlements, as did an intricate network of trails. ... Houses consisted of two to four rectangular wattle and daub buildings  ...

indians.org/articles/creek-indians.html

The Creek Indians banded together to protect themselves from other bands ... the Creek Indians built ceremonial shrines which served kind of as the town center. ... Some of these homes were surrounded by various crops like corn and wheat.

www.everyculture.com/multi/Bu-Dr/Creeks.html

When Europeans arrived on the North American continent, the Creek Indians occupied ... traces Creek ancestry to the sky, where the ancestors lived in spirit form before ... 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, ...