The Creek Indians
By Jackson, Quin and Morgan M
Location- Georgia, Florida, and Alabama
Climate- Very hot and humid in summer time.
Major Physical Features- The Alabama Rivers like the Tallapoosa River and Coosa River and the Ocmulgee River west to the two rivers
These were two of the main leaders in the Creek Society that did a lot for there government.
Head Chief- No praticular position of command.
Second Chief- was like a vice president.
War and conflict
Major Battles- The Battle of Horse Shoes, Creek War/ Red Stick War
Enemies- Choctaw and the Cherokee
Outcome of battles- Gained treaties
Major Natural Resources- Wood, Rivers and Creeks
Trading Partners- White settlers and tribes in south east
Trade items- deer skin, fur, guns, and kettle
Roles of Men- Hunters and sometimes went to war
Roles of Women- Farmers, they cooked for the men and children
Education- Children were taught about duties that they would have to do as an adult
Architecture- Round buildings which would hold the people in the towns made of rivercane.
Clothing- Wore highly decorated clothes. They relied on hunting for cloths. They also wore jewelry from tusk and antlers.
Cuisine- Corn was the Creek Indians main diet. They also had a variety of meats including bear, deer,bison, turkey and fish.
Religion- The Creeks were Protagonnist, which is used as a general term merely to signify that they weren't roman catholic. There where monothiestic tribes who believed in the "One" god.
Impact on Modern World
The US government gave them reserves while also they were given rights and responsibilities.