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Creek Indian Towns and Villages

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Below is a list of the Creek towns and villages. The smaller contained 20 to 30 cabins and the larger as many as 200. Tukabatchi, the largest, is said to have had 386 families in 1832. The towns were composed of irregular clusters of 4 to 8 houses, each cluster being occupied by the representatives of a clan.

Upper Creek towns

Abihka,
Abikudshi,
Alkehatchee,
Anatichapko,
Assilanapi,
Atasi,
Atchinaalgi,
Atchinahatchi,
Aucheucaula,
Canjauda,
Cayomulgi,
Chakihlako,
Chananagi,
Chatoksofki,
Chatukchufaula,
Chiaha,
Cholocco
Litabixee,
Conaliga,
Coosahatchi,
Cow Towns,
Eufaula,
Fusihatchi,
Ghuaclahatche,
Hatchichapa,
Hillabi,
Hlanudshiapala,
Hlaphlako,
Hlahlokalka,
Huhliwahli,
Ikanachaka,
Ikanhatki,
Imukfa,
Ipisogi,
Istapoga,
Istudshilaika,
Kailaidshi,
Keroff,
Kitolopataki,
Kohamutkikatska,
Kulumi,
Kusa,
Littefutchi,
Lutchapoga,
Muklassa,
New Eufaula,
Ninnipaskulgees,
Niuyaka,
Oakfuskee,
Oakfuskudshi,
Okchayi,
Okchayndshi,
Ooeasa,
Opilhlako,
Oselarneby,
Otituchina,
Pakan Tallahassee,
Pinhoti,
Potchushatchi,
Sakapatayi,
Satapo,
Saugahatchi,
Sukaispoka,
Taladega,
Talasi,
Talasihatchi,
Talapoosa,
Taliposehogy,
Tukabatchi,
Tukabatchi
Tallahassee,
Tukpafka,
Tukhtukagi,
Tuskegee,
Uktaliasasi,
Ullibahali,
Wakokayi
Weogufka,
Wetumpka,
Wewoka,
Woksoyudshi. (See also Alibamu. )

Lower Creek and Hitchiti towns

Amakalli
Apalachicola
Apatai
Chattahoochee
Chiaha
Chiahudshi
Chihlakonini
Chiskatalofa
Chukahlako
Cotohautustennuggee
Donally’s Town
Ematlochee
Finhalui
Hatchichapa
Hihagee
Hlekatska
Hogologes
Hotalihuyana
Huhlitaiga
Itahasiwaki
Kaila
Kasihta
Kawaiki
Kawita
Nipky
Ocheeses
Ocmulgee
Oconee
Okitiyakni
Osotchi
Sawokli
Sawokliudshi
Secharlecha
Suolanocha
Tamali
Telmocresses
Wikaihlako

 

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