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Mondo's NAT # 116 - Chatot

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Hidden : 7/27/2011
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Native American Tribe Series.


Related to the Choctaw, this band was living south of Fort St. Louis in Mobile Bay, Alabama in 1709 when French colonizer, Sieur de Bienville wanted to establish a settlement in the area. The Chatot spoke both the French and Choctaw languages.
Another band by the same name also lived in the upper Apalachicola River and Chipola River basins in Florida. This group a Muskogean language, which may have been the same as that of the Pensacola tribe. By 1675, the Spanish had established several missions for the Chatot.

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