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Okechoyatte

Okechoyatte is an Alabama tribal name, referring to both a traditional Alabama Indian village and the band of people who lived there. Although the villagers were Alabama Indians, "Okechoyatte" was not their own word for themselves-- it was a name given to the village by the neighboring Creek tribe. Other common spellings of the same name include Oktcaiutci, Okchaiutci, Oktchoyudshi, Wacksoyochees, Hook-choie-oo-che, and Oke-choy-atte.

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Here are links to our webpages about the Okechoyatte tribe and language:

 Alabamas
 Alabama history
 Alabama-Coushatta
 Alabama myths
 Alabama words
 Alabama numbers

Here are a few good books about the Okechoyattes:
 Journey to the West
 Alabama Indian dictionary
 Myths and Folktales of the Alabama-Coushatta



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