Apalachee.

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      The Apalachee, a branch of the Muskogean language family, lived in northwest Florida along the Apalachee Bay. Their name comes from the Choctaw word a’palachi (“[people] on the other side”). The Apalachee were among a group of advanced tribes who migrated from west of the Mississippi River to the Southeast around 1300. Apalachee