Southeastern United States


Southeastern United States

Creek

Cherokee

Choctaw

Chickasaw

At the dawn of the mound builders rostrums the knowledge of origin and past.

16th century North America was just being discovered by Europeans.

Spanish conquistadors venture forth.

Coastal Georgia had arouse great civilization 4,000 years before.

Searching for wealth of a continent, Spanish trekked around the Florida peninsula into the islands of coastal Georgia.

The southeastern region of the United States were Creek, Cherokee, Choctaw, and Chickasaw played.

The time of mound builders has been unassimilated.

Before the naked eyes, remnants of tribes illuminates cultural stasis.

                In relation to the Creek Tribe, this conveyed interconnectivity.

English traders established their prosperity.

Southeastern United States at first contact

Brought forth four distinct tribes.

Choctaw, Chickasaw, Cherokee, and Creek were the confederacy seen.

Commonwealth and centered on village life found the nucleus of the Creek confederacy as the Muskogee Creek tribe.

A trade language form as an addition to the tribes’ native tongue.

Choctaw and Chickasaw blended as one.

War and peace is Cherokee.

Southeastern United States boundaries during the 1600s to 1783.