Alabama Coushatta are two tribes that combined to live together. Neither tribe is originally from Texas. Both being from the Southeast -- Alabama, Mississippi and Georgia. The Alabama are one tribe from Alabama and the Coushatta are another. Both were forced to move to Texas. The Alabama are a subtribe of the Creek Indian tribe. The Alabama Coushatta are a culture of farmers who live in villages deep in the Big Thicket area of East Texas is one of the oldest Reservation which is located on 4,600 acres of verdant virgin timber land, and is 90 miles north of Houston and 17 miles east of Livingston, Texas off U.S. Highway 190.
Alabama-Coushatta Indian Reservation official website of the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas. Explore The Indian Country and you will step back in time to the days of early pioneers, where the Alabama - Coushattas first settled in East Texas.
Alabama Coushatta tribe of Texas Two tribes. both the Alabama and Coushatta tribes are members of the Creek Confederacy of Indians and both are of Muskogean stock. Both come from the states of Alabama and Mississippi and were closely related before they came to Texas. They were allied with the French, and following the French defeat in the French and Indian War in 1763, they left Alabama rather than submit to English sovereignty.
BATTISE, ROBERT FULTON (1909-1994). Fulton (Kina) Battise, principal chief of the Alabama-Coushatta Indians from 1970 to 1994, was born on the reservation in Polk County on March 16, 1909, the son of McConico and Mabel (Sylestine) Battise.
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