Yustaga

Yustaga Indians

Last Updated on October 13, 2013 by Dennis Yustaga Tribe. Meaning unknown. Yustaga Connections. No words of the Yustaga language have been preserved but circumstantial evidence indicates they belonged to the Timucuan branch of the Muskhogean linguistic stock, although occasionally the provinces of Timucua and Yustaga are spoken of as if distinct. Yustaga Location. Approximately […]

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Yustaga Tribe

Last Updated on September 16, 2011 by Yustaga Indians. An important tribe in the 16th century, occupying a territory abut the head streams of Suwannee River, north Florida.  De Soto passed through their country in 1539, and the French Huguenots, who settled at the mouth of St. Johns River in 1564, also came in contact

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