Names For The Ancient & The Historic Shawnee Tribes

EN: The following nomenclature has been identified by Don Greene as representative of historic Shawnee tribes. We provide it here with his permission for constructive discussion.

1. Algonkins – Gatschet 1884
2. Andastes – Shawnee in south-east PA in the late 1600’s & early 1700’s
3. Adena – a name given to the Ancient Shawnee mound-building of 1500 B.C. to 200 A.D. centered in the mid-Ohio valley, extending for hundreds of miles, often giants in stature
4. Akochakanen – an Iroquois name for Shawnee of NY-PA
5. Allegewi – a name for an Ancient Shawnee Tribe, rulers of the eastern half of the continent, centered in the mid-Mississippi valley, often giants in stature
6. Allegans – a name for an Ancient Shawnee Tribe, the ancient giant rulers of the eastern half of the continent, often giants in stature
7. Alleghans – a name for the Allegans, ancient rulers of the eastern half of the continent, often giants in stature
8. Ancient Ones – a name for the one of the Ancient Shawnee Tribes, rulers of the eastern half of the continent, often giants in stature
9. Ani-Kutani – a Cherokee name for the Ancient Shawnee rulers of the eastern half of the continent, often giants in stature
10.Ani-Sawanugi – a Cherokee name for Shawnee of TN-AL, Mooney 1900
11.Ani-Suwall – a Cherokee name for Cheraw-Xuala-Shawnee of NC
12.Assiwikala – a name for Thawikila
13.Asswikales – a name for the Thawikila
14.Aztalans – an Ancient Shawnee Tribe, ancient rulers of the eastern U.S., centered in WI & upper Mississippi valley but their remains were said to litter the ground in KY, often giants in stature
15.Aztlans – a name for the Aztalans
16.Bear River Indians – those found on the Pamlico River NC in colonial times
17.Bicowetha – a name for the Pekowi
18.Cacahouanous – kaka-how-anoo, the remnants of the Cahokia in on the lower Ohio River or in lower IL, eastern MO & western KY, mentioned by Joutel 1687
19.Cahokia – one of the Ancient Shawnee Tribes, the Shawnee culture of 300 A.D. to 1300 A.D. centered near St. Louis IL-MO in the mid-Mississippi valley, extending for hundreds of miles, often giants in stature, later an Illinois Tribe of the 1700’s
20.Canoise – kan-oye, a name for the Kanawha
21.Cawala – a band of Shawnee in the IL-MO-WI area pre-1700 to about 1750, a name the Sioux used for some for Shawnee & later the name of a Teton division descended from an adopted Cawala-Shawnee, Dorsey 1886
22.Cawana – an Omaha, Ponca, Osage name for Shawnee, Dorsey 1878
23.Chaganons – shagonon, Tonti 1680
24.Chaguanos – shawano, a Spanish name for Shawnee, Alegre 1841
25.Chalaakaatha – a name for the Chalakatha
26.Chalahgawtha – a name for the Chalakatha
27.Chalaka – one of the Ancient Shawnee Tribes centered in the Savannah valley, extending for hundreds of miles, encountered by Desoto in the 1540’s
28.Chalakagee – Chalakatha in AL by 1748
29.Chalakatha – “First Man or first born”, the 1st or oldest Tribe of the Historic Shawnee, according to some the Head Chief of all Shawnee, when there is one, must be a Chalakatha or Thawikila
30.Chalaqua – chalakwa – a name for the Chalaka, encountered by Desoto 1540 on the Savannah River
31.Chalaiwa – an Ancient Shawnee Tribe in upper OH-western PA-WV, extending for hundreds of miles
32.Chanousanons – letter in N.Y. 1756
33.Chaoianon – Gravier 1670
34.Chaonanons – Celeron 1749
35.Chaonanons – Domenech 1860
36.Chaoni – Vater 1816
37.Chaouannons – 1756 Montreal conference
38.Chaouanon – Shawnee in Illinois – Jesuits 1669, a village at Nashville TN 1680
39.Chaouanonronon – Charlevoix – 1868
40.Chaouanon – Charlevoix 1868
41.Chaouanon – Nicholson 1698
42.Chaouanong – Jesuit Relations 1672
43.Chaouanos – LaTour 1782
44.Chaouans – Hind 1863
45.Chaouanua – Gravier 1700
46.Chaouennons – Lambertville 1684
47.Chaouenon – Hennepin 1698, Senex 1710, Shawnee in SC & TN
48.Chaouens – Hennepin 1698
49.Chaouesnons – LaSalle 1681
50.Chaounons – Montcalm 1757
51.Chaouoinons – Vauderuil 1760
52.Chaowanons – d’Abbadie 1765
53.Charanons – Shea 1861
54.Chaskepe – Franquelin 1684, a name for Kishpoko
55.Chateanons – Denonville 1688
56.Chattahoochee – Shawnee in AL 1715
57.Chauanons – French 1668
58.Chauenese – Colden 1764
59.Chauenous – Chauvignerie 1736
60.Chaunis – Vater 1816
61.Chaunous – McIntosh 1853
62.Chaunys – de la Foi 1841
63.Chavanons – Alcedo 1787
64.Chavanons – Crepy 1755
65.Chavouanons – Sheldon 1856
66.Chawanock – Smith 1607
67.Chawanoes – Cox 1741
68.Chawanons – 1759 NY
69.Chawenons – Vauderuil 1758
70.Cheraw – sheraw – a name for the Xuala-Shawnee of SC-NC 1670
71.Cheremons – Lambertville 1686
72.Chillicothe – a name for the Chalakatha
73.Chillicotheans – a name for Chalakatha
74.Chillokee – a Creek name for Shawnee in TN
75.Chilokila – a Creek name for Shawnee in AL
76.Chiouanons – Galinee 1669
77.Chiouonons – De L’Isle 1700, Shawnee on the lower Tennessee River
78.Chonanons – Celeron 1749
79.Chonque – Tonti 1690, Shawnee in IL
80.Chouanongs – Boudinot 1816
81.Chouanons – Iberville 1702, de L’Isle 1700 a name for the Savannah River SC-GA
82.Chouanous – Vaugondy 1778
83.Chouenons – map in NY 1706
84.Chouesnons – LaSalle 1681
85.Chowan – shawan – an Anglofied version of a French name for Shawnee or a shortening of Shawano, Shawnee in northeastern NC
86.Chowanock – shawanok – an Ancient Shawnee Tribe in NC, Dane 1584, a name for the Shawano in northeast NC, inland from the Roanoke colony
87.Chuanoes – Marquette 1673, Albany NY Conf. 1722
88.Cisca – Franquelin 1684, in the lower Ohio valley
89.Cofitachequi – an Ancient Shawnee Tribe encountered by Desoto 1540, 2 days walk in from the ocean on the Santee River SC-GA
90.Congaree – in the Santee valley SC-NC, Lawson 1701
91.Conhoy – a name for the Kanawha
92.Conoy – a name for the Kanawha
93.Coranine – a name for the Coree
94.Coree – on the Neuse River of NC
95.Cowarenoc – Lane 1585, an early name for Coree in NC
96.Delaware – a name given to the Turtle & Turkey clan Shawnee living on the Delaware River & Bay by the colonial whites
97.Erie – an Ancient Shawnee Tribe along the lake of the same name
98.Eskippeck – an Ancient Shawnee Tribe in FL before 1707
99.Fort Ancient – a name given to the last of the pre-European Ancient Shawnee cultures 1300 A.D. to 1650 A.D. centered in the mid-Ohio valley, extending for hundreds of miles
100. French Shawano – in the middle of GA, Adair 1749
101. Ganawese – a name for the Kanawha
102. Hathagilgi – a Creek name for Shawnee
103. Hathawekela – a name for the Thawikila
104. Hathawikila – a name for the Thawikila
105. Hikanagi – a name for the Mahican
106. Hochalaga – a name for the Chalaka
107. Hochalaka – a name for the Chalaka
108. Hochalakatha – a name for the Chalakatha
109. Hothawikila – a name for the Thawikila
110. Hopia – one of the Ancient Shawnee Tribes, centered in the mid-Ohio valley, extending for hundreds of miles, the last full-blood died in the very early 1800’s
111. Hopewell – a name for the mound-building Ancient Shawnee 1000 B.C. to 300 A.D. centered in the Ohio valley, extending for hundreds of miles
112. Ispokogi – a name for the Kishpoko
113. Kanawha – an Ancient Shawnee Tribe, centered in the lower New River valley, extending for hundreds of miles, often giants in stature
114. Kanhaways – a name for the Kanawha
115. Kenhoway – a name for the Conoy-Kanawha
116. Kishpoko – the 5th Tribe of the Historic Shawnee, but also called the third oldest brother after the Chalakatha of OH-VA-WV & Pekowi of MD-PA in the north, though aligned more closely with the Thawikila of AL & Pekowi of SC-GA in the south
117. Kispokotha – a name for the Kishpoko
118. Keyauwee – 1701 in SC
119. Kiscopocoke – a name for the Kishpoko
120. Kiskapoke – a name for Kishpoko
121. Kiskapooke – a name for Kishpoko
122. Kispocotha – a name for Kishpoko
123. Kispogogi – a name for Kishpoko
124. Kispokotha – a name for Kishpoko
125. Kispugo – a name for Kishpoko
126. Kispugoki – a name for Kishpoko
127. Loupes – a French name for some Shawnee
128. Machachach – a name for Mekoche
129. Mackachak – a name for Mekoche
130. Macochee – a name for Mekoche
131. Macqueechaick – a name for Mekoche
132. Macqueechek – a name for Mekoche
133. Maguck – a name for Mekoche
134. Mahican – an Ancient Shawnee Tribe of NY-NJ-DE-PA, joined in 1694 by some of those from SC-GA
135. Makochee – a name for Mekoche
136. Makujay – name for Mekoche
137. Maquck – a name for Mekoche
138. Mascouten – an Ancient Shawnee Tribe in Illinois, Jesuits 1648
139. Massawomekes – Smith 1608 on the Chesapeake Bay
140. Maykujay – a name for Mekoche
141. Maykujayki – a name for Mekoche
142. Meguck – a name for Mekoche
143. Mekoce – a name for the Mekoche
144. Mekoche – “a perfect man”, “a red man”, 2nd Tribe of the Historic Shawnee, also called the second oldest brother of the five Tribes, most often aligned closely with the Chalakatha, both having ancient connections in the north
145. Mequachake – a name for Mekoche
146. Mequache – a name for Mekoche
147. Mequck – a name for Mekoche
148. Mequatchaiki – Franquelin 1684, a name for Mekoche
149. Minquas, Black – an Ancient Shawnee Tribe in the upper Ohio valley 1500-1650, rulers of the upper regions of the 2nd great river drainage if going from east to west, Gulf drainage-connections, often giants in stature
150. Minquas, White – an Ancient Shawnee Tribe of in the Susquehanna valley 1500-1700’s, rulers of the 1st great river drainage if going from east to west, Atlantic drainage-connections, of giants in stature
151. Mekwachake – a name for Mekoche
152. Mekwache – a name for Mekoche
153. Mekwack – a name for Mekoche
154. Mekwatchaiki – Franquelin 1684, a name for Mekoche
155. Minkwas, Black – an Ancient Shawnee Tribe in the upper Ohio valley 1500-1650, rulers of the upper regions of the 2nd great river drainage if going from east to west, Gulf drainage-connections, often giants in stature
156. Minkwas, White – an Ancient Shawnee Tribe in the Susquehanna valley 1500-1700’s, rulers of the 1st great river drainage if going from east to west, Atlantic drainage-connections, of giants in stature
157. Mississippian – a name for the Ancient Shawnee mound-building culture of 300 A.D. to 1300 A.D., also called the Cahokia culture
158. Moneton – in VA 1673
159. Mosopelean – Franquelin 1684
160. Munsee – name given to the Wolf clan Shawnee living on the Lehigh River, northeast PA to NY
161. Nanticoke – an Ancient Shawnee Tribe, in PA-DE-NJ-MD
162. Nhikana – a name for the Mahican
163. Nicotoni – a Cherokee name for the Ancient Shawnee rulers of the eastern half of the continent, often giants in stature
164. Oawikila – a name for the Thawikila
165. Ofo – Iberville 1699
166. Ofogoula – Iberville 1699
167. Ontouagannha – de L’Isle 1700, Shawnee on the Santee & Pee Dee Rivers SC
168. Ontwaganha – an Iroquois name for Shawnee
169. Orunges – Chauvignerie 1736
170. Oshawanoag – an Ottawa name for Shawnee
171. Ouabano – LaSalle 1682
172. Ouchaouanag – Shawnee in Illinois, Jesuit Relations 1648
173. Ouchawanag – Smith 1866
174. Ouispe – Iberville 1699
175. Pechoquealin – a name for Pekowi
176. Peckuwetha – a name for Pekowi
177. Pecquealin – a name for Pekowi
178. Pee Dee – Shawnee on the Pee Dee River of NC
179. Pekuwe – a name for the Pekowi
180. Pekowi – “risen from ashes”, “a gray man or gray-eyed man”, the 4th Historic Shawnee Tribe, but also called the second brothers of Shawnee after the Chalakatha, most often aligned with the Thawikila & Kishpoko, all three having ancient & strong connections in the south
181. Pekowitha – a name for the Pekowi
182. Pequa – a name for the Pekowi
183. Pequea – a name for the Pekowi
184. Pequot – a name for Pekowi in MA
185. Pekwa – a name for the Pekowi
186. Pekwea – a name for the Pekowi
187. Pekwot – a name for Pekowi in MA
188. Pickaway – a name for Pekowi
189. Pickawillany – a name for Pekowi
190. Piqua – a name for Pekowi
191. Piscataway – peeskataway – an Ancient Shawnee Tribe of WV-MD-upper VA-PA
192. Rickohocken – Shawnee that moved from Lake Erie; first o western VA then on to the savannah River, with some remaining in the lower Appalachians of the Carolinas and GA
193. River Indians – Shawnee on Delaware River 1500’s
194. Ronnongwetowanea – an Iroquois name for the Ancient Shawnee rulers of the eastern half of the continent, often giants in stature
195. Sabanas – Five Nations 1747
196. Sabanoes – TX Doc. 1835
197. Saguanos – TX Doc. 1832
198. Sahwaunoo – Macauley 1829
199. Salt Indians – Shawnee on the Kanawha River WV, Fallows 1671
200. Saludas – Shawnee in SC-NC on the Saluda River 1750
201. Santanas – Drake 1852
202. Santee – Shawnee in the Santee valley SC-NC
203. Sarannahs – Archdale 1707
204. Sarannas – Archdale 1708
205. Saraw – a name for Xuala
206. Satanas – Smith 1603, Colden 1727
207. Satans – Ruttenber, Tribes of Hudson River 1872
208. Sauno – Roggeveen 1676
209. Sauouans – Macauley 1829
210. Sauounons – Macauley 1829
211. Saura – a name for Xuala-Shawnee of NC
212. Sauvanogee – Hawkins 1799
213. Sauwanew – map 1614
214. Sauwanogee – Hawkins 1799, a Shawnee village among the Creeks
215. Sauwanoos – Vandernock 1656
216. Sauwanous – Alcedo, Shawnee among the Creeks 1788
217. Savanahs – Homan Heirs map of Carolinas 1730
218. Savannas – Lawson 1709, in NC, Swan 1791 among the Creek in AL
219. Savanaus – Johnson 1708, in SC
220. Savannahs – Shawnee in GA-SC-NC, the principal tribe of SC 1670, Moll 1720 on the Cumberland River TN, Pekowi & Thawikila in SC, site of Augusta GA 1740, Logan 1751 “northern savages” on the Carolina frontier & even to Charleston SC”
221. Savannas – Lawson 1701 “formerly from TN-KY the Mississippi valley but moved to the Savannah valley of SC before this time, then some moved on to the rivers of the Chesapeake Bay VA-MD”, Lattre map 1784 as the Shawnee among the Creeks AL-TN-GA, Swan 1791
222. Savannechers – Hywood, TN 1823
223. Savannerhers – Haywood TN 1823
224. Savannucas – Bartram 1792, a Creek name for Shawnee
225. Savanoes – Drake 1852
226. Savanoos – Ruttenber, Tribes of the Hudson
227. Savanore – Randolph 1689, a Shawnee town on the Savannah River SC
228. Savanos – Barnwell 1715, 3 villages of Shawnee on the Savannah River SC-GA
229. Savanoos – Ruttenber, Tribes of the Hudson 1872
230. Sawakola – a name for Thawikila of AL-TN
231. Sawala – Riggs-Dorsey Dakota dictionary 1890
232. Sawanan – Lattre 1784, Shawnee village on the upper Potomac MD-VA
233. Sawanee – Drake 1848
234. Sawanees – Putnam, Middle TN 1859
235. Sawano – Gastchet 1884, also a Tonkawa name for Shawnee
236. Sawanogi – Gatschet 1884, a Creek name for Shawnee
237. Sawanoono – Morgan 1851, a Seneca name for Shawnee
238. Sawanoos – DeLaet 1633, on the Delaware River
239. Sawanos – Barton 1798
240. Sawanuhaka – Barton 1885, Tuscarora name for Shawnee
241. Sawanuka – Ten Kate 1884, a Cherokee name for Shawnee
242. Sawanwa – Smith 1854
243. Sawanwakee – Morgan 1871
244. Sawanwaki – Smith 1854
245. Sawekela – McKenny & Hall
246. Sawakola – a name for Thawikila
247. Sawakoli – a name for Thawikila in AL
248. Sawoncas – Creek Talk 1793
249. Sawunoki – Grayson, Creek vocabulary
250. Sawwanew – map 1614, Shawnee on the Delaware River & those south of Manhattan NY
251. Sawwannoo – Barton 1798
252. Sawwanoo – Vater 1816
253. Saxaphaw – living on the South Fork of the New River 1753
254. Scahantoarrhonouns – Jesuit Relations 1735
255. Schaouanos – de Mofras 1844
256. Schavanna – Albany Conference 1737
257. Schaveno – Albany Conference 1737
258. Schawanese – Gussefeld 1784
259. Schawanno – Heckwelder 1798
260. Schawanooes – Clinton 1750
261. Schawans – Schuyler 1694
262. Schawenoes – Albany Conference 1737
263. Schawenons – deFoi 1828
264. Schawnoah – LeTour map 1779
265. Serannas – Hewatt quoted 1836
266. Sewanne – Putnam Middle TN 1859
267. Sewickley – a name for the Thawikila of AL-GA
268. Shamanese – LaTour 1782, opposite Wyoming PA
269. Shanaws – Homan Heirs map 1756
270. Shannoahs – G. Washington 1753
271. Shanoas – G. Washington 1753
272. Shaonois – Evans 1707, left SC about 1707 & moved to Pequa Creek PA
273. Shaononons – Boudinot 1816
274. Shapatha – a name for Mekoche in the mid-Ohio valley
275. Shauanos – Smith 1877
276. Shaunas – Croghan 1760
277. Shaunetowa – Fleet 1632
278. Shauwaunoes – Brainerd 1746
279. Shavanos – Post 1758, Vater 1816,
280. Shawahahs – Livingston 1717
281. Shawala – a Sioux name for Shawnee, also the name of a Teton division descended from an adopted Shawnee Chief
282. Shawana – Lewney 1760, an Omaha, Ponca, Osage, Kansas, Quapaw name for Shawnee
283. Shawanahaac – document of 1788
284. Shawanahs – Lindsey 1751
285. Shawanapi – Squier 1877
286. Shawana – an Omaha, Ponca, Osage name for Shawnee
287. Shawanaws – Dalton 1783
288. Shawane – Croghan 1754
289. Shawanees – PA Records 1731
290. Shawanese – PA Records 1701
291. Shawanesse – Proud, PA 1798 & Drake 1852
292. Shawaneu – Drake 1852
293. Shawanies – Campbell 1761
294. Shawaniese – Johnson 1757
295. Shawanna – Penn’s Treaty 1701 in PA
296. Shawannoa – a name for Shawnee in the southern States
297. Shawannohs – Smith 1866
298. Shawannos – Vater 1816
299. Shawano – one of the Ancient Shawnee Tribes, centered in the Shenandoah valley, extending hundreds of miles north & south to the east of the Appalachian mountains, said to be the largest & greatest but died off due to disease & warfare, mentioned by Gatschet 1884, later a generic term for all Shawnee
300. Shawano-Algonkins – Gatschet 1884
301. Shawanoeese – Brown 1817
302. Shawanoeese – Brown 1817
303. Shawanoes – document from 1692
304. Shawanoh – Adair 1775
305. Shawanois – PA Records 1707
306. Shawanoki – Rafinesque 1836, name for Shawnee of eastern PA-DE-NJ-MD
307. Shawanons – DeSmet 1843
308. Shawanooki – a name for the Shawnee of AL
309. Shawanos – Ft. Johnson Conference 1756
310. Shawanos – Gatschet, settlements among the Creeks
311. Shawanose – Loskiel 1794
312. Shawanous – McKinney & Hall 1854
313. Shawanowi – Walam Olam 1833
314. Shawans – Schuyler 1693
315. Shawanu – Rafinesque 1836 & Delaware name for Shawnee
316. Shawanuwak – Rafinesque 1836 & Delaware name for Shawnee
317. Shawanwa – a name for the Shawnee, individual or as a group
318. Shawanwaki – a plural name for the Shawnee as a whole
319. Shawenoes – Albany Conference 1737
320. Shaweygila – a name for the Thawikila on the Allegheny River PA-MD-WV 1735, Trowbridge 1824
321. Shawnee – 1st called by this name 1672 allied with Andastes & Conestoga against Iroquois in PA-NY
322. Shawnees – Stuart 1775
323. Shawneese – Campbell 1761
324. Shawnese – Croghan 1750
325. Shawnessee – Croghan 1765
326. Shawneys – Crowley 1775
327. Shawno – Mandrillon map 1785
328. Shawnoah – Morse map 1798
329. Shawnoes – Esnauts-Rapilly map 1777
330. Shawonese – Thomas 1745
331. Shawoniki – Rafinesque 1836
332. Shawonoes – Pike 1811
333. Shawunoag – Warren 1852
334. Shawunogi – a Fox & Sauk name for Shawnee
335. Shevanoo – Tillman 1697
336. Shipotha – a name for the Mekoche of OH
337. Shoccoree – reference in 1677 in NY
338. Showammers – NY Conference 1753
339. Showanhoes – Livingston 1711
340. Showannees – Clarkson 1694
341. Showannoes – Clarkson 1693
342. Showanoes – Schuyler 1694
343. Showonese – Weiser 1748
344. Showonoes – Livingston 1700
345. Shpito – a name for the Mekoche
346. Shpitotha – “Big Toad”, a name for Mekoche
347. Shuala – an Ancient Shawnee Tribe in SC-GA, a name for the Xuala, Desoto 1540
348. Shualla – a name for the Xuala, Desoto 1540
349. Shwanoes – Castor Hill Treaty 1832
350. Sipotha – a name for the Kishpoko
351. Sirinueses – Barcia 1723
352. Sissipahaw – in KY-TN
353. Skipachi – a name for Kishpoko
354. Skipaki – 1684 Franquelin, a name for Kishpoko
355. Sowanakas – Woodward 1859
356. Sowanokas – Woodward 1859
357. Sowanokees – Woodward 1859
358. Sowonno – Whipple 1856
359. Sowonoki – Whipple 1856
360. Spitotha – a name for the Kishpoko
361. Stabbernowles – Shawnee in MD with Martin Chartier, said to be from IN
362. Suali – a name for Xuala of NC
363. Suskwehanna – an Ancient Shawnee Tribe of pre-1600 on the Susquehanna River, often giants in stature
364. Susquehanna – an Ancient Shawnee Tribe of pre-1600 on the Susquehanna River, often giants in stature
365. Suwali – a name for Xuala-Shawnee of NC
366. Suwannee – Shawnee in GA & FL 1500-1600’s
367. Suwanoes – DeLaet 1633
368. Swickly – a name for Thawikila
369. Talligeu – a name for the Allegiwi, Ancient Shawnee rulers of the eastern half of the continent, often giants in stature
370. Talligewi – a name for the Allegiwi, Ancient Shawnee rulers of the eastern half of the continent, often giants in stature
371. Taogria – Gravier 1699
372. Tcilokogalgi – a Creek name for Shawnee
373. Thawegila – a name for the Thawikila
374. Thawikila – possibly “the Eagle people”, 3rd Tribe of the Historic Shawnee, but also called the elder brother of the five, according to some the Head Chief of all the Shawnee when there is one must be a Chalakatha or Thawikila, most closely aligned with the Pekowi & Kishpoko, all three having ancient and strong connections in the south
375. Tihotitachse – Cammeroff 1750
376. Toagenha – Galinee 1669, on the Cumberland River KY-TN – La Harpe 1715, a Seneca name for Shawnee
377. Tschalke – Franquelin
378. Tshilikauthee – a name for Chalakatha
379. Tuckabatchee – Kishpoko in AL before 1685
380. Westo – Shawnee that moved from the north/NY-PA area to the Savannah River SC-GA & fought with the Savannah Shawnee already there over slave raids primarily
381. Woketamosi – a name for a lost Shawnee Tribe, an Ancient Shawnee Tribe
382. Xuala – an Ancient Shawnee Tribe, met by Pardo 1565, near the lower Blue Ridge in NC, later on the New River NC-VA-WV
383. Yadkin – on the Yadkin River of NC 1673
384. Yamasee – Shawnee in SC
385. Yosta – a Yuchi name for Shawnee
386. Yuchi – Shawnee in SC, an Ancient Shawnee Tribe

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