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TOWNS of the LOWER CREEKS
List from Albert James Pickett's "History of Alabama"
as enemerated by Col. Benjamin Hawkins in 1798

to the Towns of the Upper Creeks

Chat-to-ho-che-- chat-to, a stone, ho-che, marked or flowered. Such rocks are found in the bed of that river above Ho-ith-le-te-gau. This is the origin and meaning of the name of that beautiful river.

Cow-e-tough, on the right bank of the Chat-to-ho-che, three miles below the falls

O-cow-ocuh-hat-che, falls creek, on the right side of the river at the termination of the falls

Hatche-canane, crooked creek

Woc-coo-che, calf creek

O-san-nup-pau, moss creek

Hat-che-thlucco, big creek

Cow-etuh Tal-hau-has-se -- Cowetuh Tal-lo-fau, a town, hasse, old -- three miles below Cowetuh, on the right bank of the Chattahoochie

We-tum-cau -- we-wau, water, tum-cau, rumbling -- a main branch of the Uchee creek

Cus-se-tuh, five miles below Cow-e-tuh, on the left bank of the Chattahoochie

Au-pau-tau-e, a village of Cussetuh, on Hat-che-thluc-co, twnety miles from the river

U-chee, on the right bank of the Chat-to-ho-che, tem miles below Cowetuh Talluhassee, and just below the mouth of the Uchee creek

In-tuch-cul-gau -- in-tuch-ke, dam across water -- ul-gau, all; a Uchee village, on Opil-thlocco, twenty-eight miles from its junction with the Flint river

Pad-gee-li-gau -- pad-jee, a pigeon --li-gau, sit, pigeon roost -- on the right bank of Flint river (a Uchee village)

Toc-co-qul-egau, tadpole, on Kit-cho-foone creek (a Uchee village)

Oose-co-chee, two miles below Uchee, on the right bank of the Chattahoochie

Che-au-hau, below, and adjoining the latter

Au-muc-cul-le, pour upon me, on a creek of that name, which joins on the right side of the Flint

Hit-che-tee, on the left bank of the Chattahoochie, one mile below Che-au-hau

Che-au-hoo-chee, Little Cheauhaw, one mile and a half west from Hit-che-tee

Hit-che-too-che, Little Hitchetee, on both sides of the Flint

Tul-tal-lo-see, fowl, on a creek of that name

Pala-chooc-le, on the right bank of the Chattahoochie

O-co-nee, six miles below the latter, on the left bank of the Chattahoochie

Sou-woo-ge-lo, six miles below Oconee, on the right bank

Sou-woog-e-loo-che, four miles below Oconee, on the left bank of the Chattahoochie

Eu-fau-la, fifteen miles below the latter, on the left bank of the same river

From this town of settlements, extended occasionally to the mouth of the Flint


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