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Until approximately 600 AD, perhaps 750 AD, the ancestors of the Creek Indians lived in round houses like most other Southeastern Indians.

he Stomp Dance is a ceremony that contains both religious and social meaning. To the Muscogee Creeks, Cherokees, and other Southeastern Indians the Stomp Dance is affiliated with the Green Corn Ceremony. The Stomp Dance (Caddo: Kaki?tihánnakah) is performed by various Eastern Woodland tribes and Native American communities, including the Muscogee, Yuchi, Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Delaware, Miami, Caddo, Tuscarora, Ottawa, Quapaw, Peoria, Shawnee, Seminole, Natchez, and Seneca-Cayuga…

William Weatherford, "Red Eagle," surrenders to Andrew Jackson at the end of the Creek Indian War of 1813-1814. Alabama Dept. of Archives & History.