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Chiaha Indian Tribe

The Chiaha were a small Muskogean tribe of Georgia and South Carolina. Their language was never properly recorded, but they are believed to have been Miccosukee speakers. The Chiaha were members of the Creek Confederacy, and eventually merged into the Muskogee tribe after being forced to move to Oklahoma together during the 1800's. Most Chiaha descendents live among the Muskogees today.

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Chiaha Tribe History:
    Article on the Chiaha people from the Early History of the Creek Indians and Their Neighbors.
Carolina History: The Chiaha Indians:
    Historical information about the Chiaha tribe
Chiahas:
    Wikipedia article on the Chiaha Indians.
Four Directions: Chiaha:
    Timeline and links about Chiaha history.

Links, References, and Additional Information

Chiaha Tribe:
Chiaha links pages.



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