Native American Indian Facts

Southeast Indian Facts

Osceola Leader of the Seminole
Seminole Leader Osceola

Introduction - Southeast Indians

Southeastern American Indians, also known as the Indigenous peoples of the Southeastern Woodlands, come primarily from the states of Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia and parts of Florida. Although there are some discrepancies as to the regions true boundaries, the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico give a rough idea of the eastern and southern boundaries. The list of facts below about the Southeastern Indians gives a general overview of who they were, where they lived, their culture, traditions, what ceremonies they had, and the roles of men and women. There is also a list of many of the tribes located in the Southeast. This information is written for both kids and adults.

List of Southeast American Indian Tribes

Facts about the American Indians of the Southeast