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The Floridian includes the languages of the Creeks, or Muskohgees, Chickesaws, Choctaws, Pascagoulas, Cherokees, Seminolese, and several other tribes in the southern states and Florida.
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As far as great things can be compared to small, it much resembles, within its banks, the Rhone when flooded, as it sweeps through the department of Vaucluse, after its junction with the Saone. From St. Louis to New Orleans, a distance of twelve hundred miles, there are but six elevated points-the four Chickesaw bluffs, the Iron banks, and the Walnut hills.
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Several parties of Chickesaw Indians were here, trading their deer and other skins with the townspeople.
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After the massacre and extermination of the Natchez Indians, by the Christians of Louisiana, the few survivors received an asylum from the Chickesaws; who, notwithstanding the heavy vengeance with which they were threatened, could never be induced to give up the few unhappy "children of the Sun" who confided in their honour and generosity: the fugitives amalgamated with their protectors, and the Natchez are extinct.
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The report of the secretary of war, upon the present condition of the Indians, states of the Chickesaws and Choctaws, all that has been above said of the Cherokees.
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Yet the fact is notorious, that both the Chickesaws and Choctaws are far behind the Cherokees in civilization.
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The Floridean, spoken by the Creeks, Chickesaws, Choctaws, Cherokees, Pascagoulas, and some other tribes who inhabit the southern parts of the United States.
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Examples of Chickesaw

Example #1
These three languages are primitive; that is to say, are so distinct as to have no perceivable affinity.
Example #2
The Lenape, which is the most widely extended language on this side the Mississippi, was spoken by the tribes now extinct, who formerly inhabited Nova Scotia and the present state of Maine, the Abenakis, Micmacs, Canibas, Openangos, Soccokis, Etchemins, and Souriquois; dialects of it are now spoken by the Miamis, the Potawatomies, Missisangoes, and Kickapoos; the Eonestogas, Nanticokes, Shawanese, and Mohicans; the Algonquins, Knisteneaux, and Chippeways.
Example #3
Numerous islands are interspersed through this river; and from the mouth of the Ohio, tall cotton-wood trees and cane-brakes grow in immense quantities along the banks; the latter, being evergreens, have a pleasing effect in the winter season.
Example #4
Before reaching the Missouri, the water of the Mississippi is perfectly limpid; but, from the mouth of that river it becomes turgid and muddy-flows through a flat, inundated country, and seems more like an immense flood, than an old and deep-channelled river.
Example #5
This tribe has a reservation about fifty miles back, and pursues agriculture to a considerable extent.
Example #6
I remained three days at Memphis, and visited the neighbouring farms and plantations.