Choctaw Indian Villages
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Following are names of Choctaw villages:
Alamucha Alloou Lpanshaw Ayanahi Bayou Chicot Bishkon Bissasha Bogue Toocola Chitto Booctolooee Boucfouca Boutte Station Cabea Hoola Cahawba Old Towns Cheponta’s Village Chicasawhay Ch Chinakbi Chishafoka Chiskelikbatcha Chomontokali Chooca Hoola Chunkey Chunkey Chitto Coatraw Coila Concha Conchachitou Concha Consapa Conchatikpi Coosha Couechitou Cushtusha Cutha Aimethaw
Cuthi Uckehaca East Abeika Ehita Poocolo Chitto Ebita Poocolo Skatane Escooba Etuck Chukke Faluktabunnee Fuketcheepoonta Haanka Ullah Heitotowa Hoola-tassa Hyukkeni Ikatchiocata Imongalasha Imongalasha Skatane Kaffetalaya Lukfa Lushapa Mahewala Nashwaiya Oka Altakala Oka Chippo Oka Coopoly Oka Hullo Oka Kapassa Okalusa Okapoolo Okatakana Okhata Talaya Olitassa
Oony Oskelagna Osuktalaya Otakshanabe Panthe Pineshuk Pooscoostekale Pooshapukanuk Sapa Chitto Sapeessa Schekaha Shanhaw Shukhata Shuqualak Skanapa Sukinatchi Tala Taliepataua Talpahoka Teeakhaily Ekutapa Tombigbee Tonicahaw West Abeika, Wia Takali Yagna Shoogawa Yanatoe Yazoo Yazoo Skatane Yowani
Pooscoostekale (probably Puskus Takali, ‘hanging child.’ Halbert).
A former Choctaw town, mentioned by Romans as having been deserted in 1771. It was southwest by west from Concha, and so seems to have been in the southwest corner of Kemper county, Miss., though possibly in Neshoba county.
Pooshapukanuk. A former Choctaw settlement, including Mt. Dexter, probably in Marion county, Miss. It was the scene of the treaty of Nov. 16, 1805. Am. State Papers, Ind. Aff., I, 749, 1832.