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Alabama Tribe
Alabama The indigenous people of North America whose language belongs to the Muskogean branch of the Hokan-Siouan linguistic stock. They lived in S Alabama in the early 18th cent. and were members of the Creek confederacy. During the 19th cent. they moved to W Louisiana and E Texas. The state of Alabama takes its name from them. In Texas the Alabama share a reservation with the Coushatta.

Alabama Coushatta  - http://www.ontalink.com/native_americans/alabama_coushatta.html
Brief profile of this Texas tribe, with links.

Alabama-Coushatta Indian Reservation  - http://www.alabama-coushatta.com/index.html
Official homepage of the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas, with information, pictures, and links. Once separate entities, they are both members of the Upper Creek Confederacy of Indians and are of the Muskogean Nation. The two tribes originated in what is now the state of Alabama and were closely related before they came to Texas.

Texas Indians: Alabama-Coushatta  - http://www.texasindians.com/albam.htm
Overview of the tribe, including a legend and an interview with the tribal chief.

The Alabama-Coushatta Indians  - http://www.tamu.edu/upress/books/1997/hook.htm
Book for sale on the history and culture of the tribe, particularly in the wake of European conquest.