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Pensacola Tribe (Panzacola)

The Pensacola Indians were a small tribe of the Florida panhandle. Few records remain of their language, but it appears to have been a to Muskogean language similar to Choctaw. The Pensacolas no longer exist as a distinct tribe. They are believed to have merged into the neighboring Choctaw and Apalachee tribes in the 1700's.

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Pensacola Language Links

Pensacola Language Tree:
    Theories about Pensacola language relationships compiled by Linguist List.

Pensacola Culture and History Links

Pensacola Tribe History:
    Article on the Pensacola tribe from the Indian Tribes of North America.
Pensacola People:
    Wikipedia article on the Pensacola Indians.
Panzacola:
    Information about the early history of the Pensacola tribe.
Four Directions: Pensacola:
    Timeline and links about Pensacola history.

Links, References, and Additional Information

Pensacola Tribe:
Pensacola links page.



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