Topic: Ibitoupa

Ibitoupa Indians

Ibitoupa Tribe: Meaning probably, people “at, the source of” a stream or river. Ibitoupa Connections. No words of this language are known unless the tribal name itself is native, but from this and Le Page du Pratz’s (1758) statement that their language, unlike that of the Tunica group, was without an r, there is every reason to class it as Muskhogean and closely related to Chakchiuma, Chickasaw, and Choctaw. Ibitoupa Location. On Yazoo River in the present Holmes County, perhaps between Abyatche and Chicopa Creeks. Ibitoupa Villages. Only one village is known, and that called by the tribal name, though

Ibitoupa Tribe

Ibitoupa Indians. A small tribe of unknown affinity, but the theory that they were connected with the Chickasaw has more arguments in its favor than any other. In 1699 they formed one of the villages mentioned by Iberville 1Margery, Déc., IV, 180, 1880 as situated on Yazoo River, Ibitoupa being near the upper end of the group between the Chaquesauma (Chakchiuma) and the Thysia (Tioux), according to the order named, which appears to be substantially correct, although Coxe 2Coxe, Carolana, 10, 1741 who omits Thysia, makes the Ibitoupa settlement expressly the uppermost of the series. The Ibitoupa and Chakchiuma, together

Itomapa Tribe

Itomapa. Mentioned by Martin 1Hist. La., i, 252, 1820 as a tribe, on the west side of the lower Mississippi, which sent a deputation to the village of the Acolapissa in 1717 to meet Bienville. Consult: Ibitoupa Tribe Footnotes:   [ + ] 1. ↩ Hist. La., i, 252, 1820