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The traditional homelands of the Choctaws were in central Mississippi and Alabama west of the Tombigbee river.

Other tribes seem to have been closely associated with the Choctaws: the Napochi of Black Warrior river, the Houma and Bayagoula of Louisiana, the Chackchiuma of the Yazoo river and the Mobile and Pensacola of north-east Florida.

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