Cahokia and Moundville

The Natchez Indian Tribe of Lower Mississippi Lives On

There were many Indian tribes before civilization and industries took over the East then the West of what we now know as America, and the Natchez was a tribe that was one of the last of the Indians to have had their habitat taken over in southwestern Mississippi. There is evidence from archeologists and scientists who study on history, cultures, and the way things were and came to be that the Natchez went as far back as 700 A.D. until the French invaded their lands of the Lower Mississippian Valley around 1730. Sadly the war ended with the Indians fighting for their land but there were too many Europeans, especially the French who were interested and would stand at nothing to destroy their land to have it as their own.
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