Indigenous Peoples of The Southeastern Woodlands - List of Indigenous Peoples of The Southeastern Woodlands

List of Indigenous Peoples of The Southeastern Woodlands

  • Abihka, Creek Confederacy, Alabama
  • Acolapissa (Colapissa), Louisiana and Mississippi
  • Ais, eastern coastal Florida
  • Alabama, Creek Confederacy, Alabama, southwestern Tennessee, northwestern Mississippi
  • Alafay (Alafia tribe, Pojoy, Pohoy, Costas Alafeyes, Alafaya Costas), Florida
  • Amacano, Florida west coast
  • Apalachee, northwestern Florida
  • Apalachicola, Creek Confederacy, Alabama, Florida, Georgia and South Carolina
  • Atakapa (Attacapa), Louisiana west coast and Texas southwestern coast
    • Akokisa, Texas southeast coast
    • Bidai, Texas southeast coast
    • Deadose, eastern Texas
    • Eastern Atakapa, western coastal Louisiana
    • Orcoquiza, southeast Texas
    • Patiri, eastern Texas
    • Tlacopsel, southeast Texas
  • Avoyel ("little Natchez"), Louisiana
  • Backhooks Nation (possibly Chuaque, Holpaos, Huaq, Nuaq, Pahoc, Pahor, Paor, Uca), South Carolina
  • Bayogoula, southeastern Louisiana
  • Biloxi, Mississippi
  • Boca Ratones, Florida
  • Caddo Confederacy, Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas
    • Adai (Adaizan, Adaizi, Adaise, Adahi, Adaes, Adees, Atayos), Louisiana and Texas
    • Cahinnio, southern Arkansas
    • Doustioni, north central Louisiana
    • Eyeish (Hais), eastern Texas
    • Hainai, eastern Texas
    • Hasinai, eastern Texas
    • Kadohadacho, northeastern Texas, southwestern Arkansas, northwestern Louisiana
    • Nabedache, eastern Texas
    • Nabiti, eastern Texas
    • Nacogdoche, eastern Texas
    • Nacono, eastern Texas
    • Nadaco, eastern Texas
    • Nanatsoho, northeastern Texas
    • Nasoni, eastern Texas
    • Natchitoches, Lower: central Louisiana, Upper: northeastern Texas
    • Neche, eastern Texas
    • Nechaui, eastern Texas
    • Ouachita, northern Louisiana
    • Tula, western Arkansas
    • Yatasi, northwestern Louisiana
  • Calusa, southwestern Florida
  • Cape Fear Indians, North Carolina southern coast
  • Catawba (Esaw, Usheree, Ushery, Yssa), North Carolina, South Carolina
  • Chacato, Florida panhandle and southern Alabama
  • Chakchiuma, Alabama and Mississippi
  • Chatot (tribe) (Chacato, Chactoo), west Florida
  • Chawasha (Washa), Louisiana
  • Cheraw (Chara, Charàh), North Carolina
  • Cherokee, Georgia, North Carolina, western tip of South Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, later Arkansas, Texas, Mexico, and Oklahoma
  • Chiaha, Creek Confederacy, Alabama
  • Chickahominy, Virginia
  • Chickamauga, band of Cherokees in Tennessee and Georgia
  • Chickanee (Chiquini), North Carolina
  • Chickasaw, Alabama and Mississippi, later Oklahoma
  • Chicora, coastal South Carolina
  • Chine, Florida
  • Chisca (Cisca), southwestern Virginia, northern Florida
  • Chitimacha, Louisiana
  • Choctaw, Mississippi, Alabama, and parts of Louisiana; later Oklahoma
  • Chowanoc, North Carolina
  • Creek, Florida, Georgia, southern Tennessee, Mississippi, later Alabama, Oklahoma
  • Congaree (Canggaree), South Carolina
  • Coree, North Carolina
  • Coushatta, Louisiana and Texas
  • Coharie, North Carolina
  • Cusabo coastal South Carolina
  • Eno (people), North Carolina
  • Garza, Texas, northern Mexico
  • Grigra (Gris), Mississippi
  • Guacata (Santalûces), eastern coastal Florida
  • Guacozo, Florida
  • Guale (Cusabo, Iguaja, Ybaja), coastal Georgia
  • Guazoco, southwestern Florida coast
  • Hitchiti, Creek Confederacy, Georgia, Alabama, and Florida
  • Hooks Nation (possibly Chuaque, Huaq, Nuaq), see Backhooks Nation
  • Houma, Louisiana and Mississippi
  • Jaega, eastern coastal Florida
  • Jaupin (Weapemoc), North Carolina
  • Jobe (Hobe), part of Jaega, Florida
  • Jororo, Florida interior
  • Keyauwee, North Carolina
  • Koasati, Tennessee
  • Koroa, Mississippi
  • Luca (tribe), southwestern Florida coast
  • Lumbee, North Carolina
  • Mabila (Mobile, Movila), northwestern Florida and southern Alabama
  • Machapunga, North Carolina
  • Manahoac, Virginia
  • Mattaponi, Virginia
  • Matecumbe (Matacumbêses, Matacumbe, Matacombe), Florida Keys
  • Mayaca (tribe), Florida
  • Mayaimi (Mayami), interior Florida
  • Mayajuaca, Florida
  • Meherrin, Virginia, North Carolina
  • Mikasuki (Miccosukee), Florida
  • Mocoso, western Florida
  • Monaca, Virginia
  • Monetons (Monyton, Monekot, Moheton) (Siouan), West Virginia and Virginia
  • Mougoulacha, Mississippi
  • Muscogee (Creek), Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, later Oklahoma
  • Nahyssan, Virginia
  • Naniaba, northwestern Florida and southern Alabama
  • Nansemond, Virginia
  • Natchez, Louisiana and Mississippi later Oklahoma
  • Neusiok (Newasiwac, Neuse River Indians), North Carolina
  • Norwood culture, Apalachee region, Florida, ca. 12,000 BCE—4500 BCE
  • Nottaway, Virginia, North Carolina
  • Occaneechi (Siouan), Virginia
  • Oconee people, Georgia, Florida
  • Ofo, Arkansas and Mississippi, eastern Tennessee
  • Okchai (Ogchay), central Alabama
  • Okelousa, Louisiana
  • Opelousas, Louisiana
  • Osochee (Oswichee, Usachi, Oosécha), Creek Confederacy, Alabama
  • Pacara, Florida
  • Pakana (Pacâni, Pagna, Pasquenan, Pak-ká-na, Pacanas), central Alabama, later Texas
  • Pamlico, North Carolina
  • Pamunkey, Virginia
  • Pascagoula, Mississippi coast
  • Patiri, southeastern Texas
  • Pee Dee (Pedee), South Carolina and North Carolina
  • Pensacola, Florida panhandle and southern Alabama
  • Potoskeet, North Carolina
  • Quinipissa, southeastern Louisiana and Mississippi
  • Rappahannock Tribe, Virginia
  • Saluda (Saludee, Saruti), South Carolina
  • Santee (Seretee, Sarati, Sati, Sattees), South Carolina (no relation to Santee Sioux), South Carolina
  • Santa Luces, Florida
  • Saponi, North Carolina, Virginia
  • Saura North Carolina
  • Sawokli (Sawakola, Sabacola, Sabacôla, Savacola), southern Alabama and Florida panhandle
  • Saxapahaw (Sissipahua, Shacioes), North Carolina
  • Seminole, Florida and Oklahoma
  • Sewee (Suye, Joye, Xoye, Soya), South Carolina coast
  • Shakori, North Carolina
  • Shoccoree, North Carolina, possibly Virginia
  • Stegarake, Virginia
  • Stuckanox (Stukanox), Virginia
  • Sugeree (Sagarees, Sugaws, Sugar, Succa), North Carolina and South Carolina
  • Surruque, east central Florida
  • Suteree (Sitteree, Sutarees, Sataree), North Carolina
  • Taensa, Mississippi
  • Talapoosa, Creek Confederacy, Alabama
  • Tawasa, Alabama
  • Tequesta, southeastern coastal Florida
  • Terocodame, Texas and Mexico
    • Codam
    • Hieroquodame
    • Oodame
    • Perocodame
    • Teroodame
  • Timucua, Florida and Georgia
    • Acuera, central Florida
    • Agua Fresca (or Aqua Dulce or Freshwater), interior northeast Florida
    • Arapaha, north central Florida and south central Georgia?
    • Cascangue, coastal southeast Georgia
    • Icafui (or Icafi), coastal southeast Georgia
    • Mocama (or Tacatacuru), coastal northeast Florida and coastal southeast Georgia
    • Northern Utina north central Florida
    • Ocale, central Florida
    • Oconi, interior southeast Georgia
    • Potano, north central Florida
    • Saturiwa, northeast Florida
    • Tucururu (or Tucuru), central? Florida
    • Yufera, coastal southeast Georgia
    • Yui (or Ibi), coastal southeast Georgia
    • Yustaga, north central Florida
  • Tiou (Tioux), Mississippi
  • Tocaste, Florida
  • Tocobaga, Florida
  • Tohomé, northwestern Florida and southern Alabama
  • Tomahitan, eastern Tennessee
  • Topachula, Florida
  • Tukabatchee (Tuk-ke-bat-che), Creek Confederacy, Alabama
  • Tuscarora, North Carolina, Virginia, later New York
  • Tuskegee, see Creek
  • Tutelo, Virginia
  • Tunica or (Tonica, Tonnica, and Thonnica), Arkansas and Mississippi
  • Uzita, Florida
  • Vicela, Florida
  • Viscaynos, Florida
  • Waccamaw, South Carolina
  • Wateree (Guatari, Watterees), North Carolina
  • Waxhaw (Waxsaws, Wisack, Wisacky, Weesock, Flathead), North Carolina and South Carolina
  • Westo, Virginia and South Carolina
  • Winyaw, South Carolina coast
  • Woccon, North Carolina
  • Yamasee, Florida, Georgia
  • Yazoo, southeastern tip of Arkansas, eastern Louisiana, Mississippi
  • Yuchi (Euchee), central Tennessee, later Oklahoma

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