This is Jim Sawgrass of the Florida Muskogee Creek Tribe. Jim puts on a wonderful presentation about his people and their history. He can be contacted through www.jimsawgrass.com or www.gonativenow.com.

This is Jim Sawgrass of the Florida Muskogee Creek Tribe. Jim puts on a wonderful presentation about his people and their history. He can be contacted through www.jimsawgrass.com or www.gonativenow.com.

Coosa Tustunnuggee, Creek. Copia di Inman da King.

Coosa Tustunnuggee, Creek. Copia di Inman da King.

THE FAMILY by JOAN HILL(Born in 1930, Joan Hill (Chea-Se-Quah translating to "Red Bird") is a Creek/Cherokee NA from Muskogee,Oklahoma)

THE FAMILY by JOAN HILL(Born in 1930, Joan Hill (Chea-Se-Quah translating to "Red Bird") is a Creek/Cherokee NA from Muskogee,Oklahoma)

Detail of the finished gorget

Detail of the finished gorget

Mvskoke Chief George Tiger wearing the gorget

Mvskoke Chief George Tiger wearing the gorget

the principal chief of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation

the principal chief of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation

Chebon Dacon inducted into the Mvskokē Hall of Fame by Chief George Tiger(the principal chief of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation). It was a great event and it was well deserved. Chebon is a great man.

Chebon Dacon inducted into the Mvskokē Hall of Fame by Chief George Tiger(the principal chief of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation). It was a great event and it was well deserved. Chebon is a great man.

In many ways the flag of the Thlopthlocco Creek reminds the viewer of their cousins the Kialegee. The flag of the Thlopthlocco is dark red and bears a white circle in the center that contains the seal of the Tribal Town. Like the Kialegee, the central element of the Thlopthlocco's seal is a crossed pair of Creek stickball sticks with the basket ends pointing upward. Between the two sticks is a black dot representing the Creek stickball ball.

In many ways the flag of the Thlopthlocco Creek reminds the viewer of their cousins the Kialegee. The flag of the Thlopthlocco is dark red and bears a white circle in the center that contains the seal of the Tribal Town. Like the Kialegee, the central element of the Thlopthlocco's seal is a crossed pair of Creek stickball sticks with the basket ends pointing upward. Between the two sticks is a black dot representing the Creek stickball ball.

Portrait of Sterlin Harjo, Creek/Seminole, photo by Ryan Red Corn

Portrait of Sterlin Harjo, Creek/Seminole, photo by Ryan Red Corn

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