A complete listing of all the Indian villages, towns and settlements as listed in Handbook of Americans North of Mexico.
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Abihka. One of the oldest of the Upper Creek towns; exact location unknown, but it was near upper Coosa River, Alabama.
Abihka. A town of the Creek Nation on the south side of North fork of Canadian River, Tp. 11 N., R. 8 E., Indian Territory.
Abikudshi (‘Little Abihka’). A former Upper Creek town in North Talladega County, Alabama, on the right bank of Tallahatchee Creek, 5 miles east of Coosa River. It was settled by Abihka Indians and some of the Natchez. Bartram (1775) states that the inhabitants spoke a dialect of Chickasaw, which could have been true of only a part.
Abikudshi. A town of the Creek Nation on Deep fork of Canadian River, above Ocmulgee, Indian Territory.
Acpactaniche. A town, probably Muskhogean, located on De l’Isle’s map of 1703 on the headwaters of Coosa r., Ala.
Alkehatchee. A former Upper Creek town on Tallapoosa r., Ala.
Anatichapko (Anáti-chápko ‘long thicket’) . A former Creek village on a N. tributary of Hillabee cr., a branch of Tallapoosa r., Ala. A battle occurred there during the Creek or Red Stick war, Jan. 24, 1814. Gatschet, Creek Migr. Leg., I, 126, 1884.