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Both Galloway and Atkinson seem to have stumbled upon an intriguing and significant trend among Muskogean tribes, which formed only after the desolation wrought by first contact and failing trade networks.
The modern Muskogean tribes, he argues, were recombinations of these chiefdoms that splintered in the late precontact and early colonial period.
Southeast, like the Muskogean, appear to have had a kind of ritual suttee and other human sacrifices at the funerals of members of the upper classes.
A tribal group whose language is part of the Muskogean branch of the Hokan-Siouan linguistic family.