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Oconee Tribe

The Oconee Indians were a Muskogean tribe of Georgia, relatives of the Miccosukee tribe. Their language appears to have been either a dialect of Miccosukee or a closely related language. The Oconees no longer exist as a distinct tribe. Most of them joined the Seminole tribe in the 1700's, where their descendants still live today.

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Oconee Language Links

Miccosukee Language:
    Our resources about the Miccosukee language, including Oconee.

Oconee Culture and History Links

Oconee Tribe History:
    Article on the Oconee tribe from the Indian Tribes of North America.
The Origin of the Seminole Indians:
    History of the formation of the Seminoles by the Oconee and other southeastern tribes.
Georgia Tribes:
    Map of Georgia Indian tribes including the Oconee.
Four Directions: Oconee:
    Timeline and links about Oconee history.

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Unconquered People: Florida's Seminole and Miccosukee Indians:
    Good book on the history of the Native peoples who became the Seminole tribe.

Links, References, and Additional Information

Oconee Tribe:
Oconee links page.

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