Muscogee Creek

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Sint Holo - In Native American Culture
... Muscogee Creek traditions include a Horned Serpent and a Tie-Snake, estakwvnayv in the Muscogee Creek language ... To the Muscogee people, the Horned Serpent is a type of underwater serpent covered with iridescent, crystalline scales and a single, large crystal in its forehead ... Jackson Lewis, a Muscogee Creek informant to John R ...
Creek National Capitol
... Creek National Capitol, also known as Creek Council House, is a building in downtown Okmulgee, Oklahoma ... It was capitol of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation nation from 1878 to 1907, when Oklahoma became a state ... The building now houses the Creek Council House Museum, with artifacts and exhibits about the history of the Muscogee (Creek) people and Native American arts and crafts ...
Muskhogean Stock - Notable People
... Fred Beaver (1911–1980), Muscogee-Seminole painter and muralist Acee Blue Eagle (1909–1959), Muscogee-Pawnee-Wichita artist, actor, author, and director of art at Bacone College ... Samuel Benton Callahan (1833–1911), represented the Creek and Seminole nations in the Second Confederate Congress Ernest Childers (1918–2005), Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. 1972), Muscogee-Cherokee author and journalist Joy Harjo (b ...

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