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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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My regiment was sent to Pascagoula, Mississippi, to spend the summer.
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My own idea of the matter is that Pascagoula should be your base; but, from your long service in the Gulf Department, you will know best about the matter.
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We're going to Pascagoula and also to Biloxi.
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There's Pascagoula over there on the starboard side now.
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They have left Pascagoula already this morning and are headed for Biloxi Bay.
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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 Pascagoula

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
Soon after the enemy had entirely evacuated Petersburg, a man came in who represented himself to be an engineer of the Army of Northern Virginia.
Example #4
As soon as it was settled in camp I obtained a leave of absence for four months and proceeded to St. Louis.
Example #5
Each of these positions was strongly fortified, as were also points on the Tennessee and Cumberland rivers near the Tennessee state line.
Example #6
The enemy at this time occupied a line running from the Mississippi River at Columbus to Bowling Green and Mill Springs, Kentucky.