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Chatot Indian Tribe

The Chatot Indians were a small Muskogean tribe of Florida. Their language was never properly recorded, but was probably closely related to Choctaw. The Chatots no longer exist as a distinct tribe. Most of them moved west along with neighboring Choctaw bands, and became absorbed into Choctaw culture. Other Chatot people joined the Seminole coalition. Most Chatot descendants today live among the Choctaw or Seminole people.

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Chatot Culture and History Links

Chatot Tribe History:
    Article on the Chatot people from the Early History of the Creek Indians and Their Neighbors.
Chatots:
    Wikipedia article on the Chatot Indians.
Four Directions: Chatot:
    Timeline and links about Chatot history.

Links, References, and Additional Information

Tribus Muskogeanas:
Information about the Chatots and other Muskogean tribes in Spanish.



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