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Pascagoula Indian Tribe
The Pascagoula Indians were a Siouan
tribe of Mississippi and Alabama, allies of the Biloxi.
Their language was never properly recorded, but may have been related to Biloxi.
The Pascagoula no longer exist as a distinct
tribe. Most of them are believed to have merged into the Choctaw and Biloxi tribes, where
their descendants live today.
Pascagoula Language Tree:
Theories about Pascagoula language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Pascagoula Tribe History:
Article on the Pascagoula tribe from the Handbook of American Indians.
Texas State Historical Association: Pascagoula Indians:
Article on the history of Pascagoula Indian migration westward into Texas.
Wikipedia article on the Pascagoula Indians.
Four Directions: Pascagoula:
Timeline and links about Pascagoula history.
The Mysterious Song of the Pascagoula Legend of the Pascagoula:
Versions of a native legend about the Pascagoula River.
Indian Tribes of the Lower Mississippi Valley:
Book on the history of the Gulf and Mississippian tribes, including a chapter on the Pascagoula.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Pueblos Originarios: Los Pascagoula:
Information about the Pascagoulas and their language in Spanish.
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