Choctaw Indian Villages

Following are names of Choctaw villages:

[one_third]Alamucha
Alloou Lpanshaw
Ayanahi
Bayou Chicot
Bishkon
Bissasha
Bogue Toocola Chitto
Booctolooee
Boucfouca
Boutte Station
Cabea Hoola
Cahawba Old Towns
Cheponta’s Village Chicasawhay
Ch Chinakbi
Chishafoka
Chiskelikbatcha
Chomontokali
Chooca Hoola
Chunkey
Chunkey Chitto
Coatraw
Coila
Concha
Conchachitou
Concha Consapa
Conchatikpi
Coosha
Couechitou
Cushtusha
Cutha Aimethaw[/one_third]

[one_third]Cuthi Uckehaca
East Abeika
Ehita Poocolo
Chitto
Ebita Poocolo Skatane
Escooba
Etuck Chukke
Faluktabunnee
Fuketcheepoonta
Haanka Ullah
Heitotowa
Hoola-tassa
Hyukkeni
Ikatchiocata
Imongalasha
Imongalasha Skatane
Kaffetalaya
Lukfa
Lushapa
Mahewala
Nashwaiya
Oka Altakala
Oka Chippo
Oka Coopoly
Oka Hullo
Oka Kapassa
Okalusa
Okapoolo
Okatakana
Okhata Talaya
Olitassa[/one_third]

[one_third_last]Oony
Oskelagna
Osuktalaya
Otakshanabe
Panthe
Pineshuk
Pooscoostekale
Pooshapukanuk
Sapa Chitto
Sapeessa
Schekaha
Shanhaw
Shukhata
Shuqualak
Skanapa
Sukinatchi
Tala
Taliepataua
Talpahoka
Teeakhaily Ekutapa
Tombigbee
Tonicahaw
West Abeika,
Wia Takali
Yagna Shoogawa
Yanatoe
Yazoo
Yazoo Skatane
Yowani[/one_third_last]

Pooscoostekale (probably Puskus Takali, ‘hanging child.’ Halbert).
A former Choctaw town, mentioned by Romans as having been deserted in 1771. It was southwest by west from Concha, and so seems to have been in the southwest corner of Kemper county, Miss., though possibly in Neshoba county.

Pooshapukanuk. A former Choctaw settlement, including Mt. Dexter, probably in Marion county, Miss. It was the scene of the treaty of Nov. 16, 1805. Am. State Papers, Ind. Aff., I, 749, 1832.

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