Video: The Secret History of the Miccosukee People
Waverly, Alabama . . . Thlophlocco Creek Tribal Town, Oklahoma . . . the Snowbird Cherokee Band near Robbinsville, North Carolina . . . and a lot of Creek descendants around Auburn, Alabama also have that same secret history. Now we know why I am finding massive Olmec Civilization style ball courts in Northeast Georgia!
Wikipedia and a whole bunch of anthropology textbooks vaguely tell you that the Miccosukee were from “somewhere” in South Georgia and that they were the same people as the Chiaha. Not so! The Chiaha, as their Itza Maya name tells you, are from the Highlands of Chiapas State, Mexico and settled in extreme western North Carolina. The ancestors of the Miccosukee played a very important role in the history of the Americas and were from another area of Mexico. We don’t want to spoil your surprise, so enjoy this 25 minute video on the Miccosukee of Florida.
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