Creek muskogean speaking north american indians who originally occupied a huge expanse of the flatlands of what are now georgia and alabama. The history of early georgia is largely the history of the creek indians for most of georgias colonial period creeks outnumbered both european colonists and enslaved africans and occupied more land than these newcomers not until the 1760s did the creeks become a minority population in georgia. When europeans arrived on the north american continent the creek indians occupied major portions of what are now the states of alabama and georgia james adair a trader who dealt with the creeks for three decades described them in 1770 as the most powerful indian nation known to the english they were actually not so much a nation as a confederacy that welcomed new member tribes even those . Creation of the worlds and the earliest times of the creek indians who once populated southeastern north america are still to be found scattered through obscure academic journals and among the descendants of those earliest creek people mythology and religion unfortunately a negative connotation is often attached to the term myth myths are commonly seen as untrue or fanciful explanations of
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