Tuskegee (tribe).

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    • Abstract:
      Little ethnographic data exist for the Tuskegee, who were horticulturalists and warriors. They possessed stone tools, practiced extensive intertribal trade, and possessed specialized predation and war technology. As did many tribes with maize economies, they had complex ceremonies, including fertility cults and planting and harvesting rituals. They gathered salt from natural sources, and collected ash from burnt hickory, animal bones, and certain mosses. They exploited the bison for food and by-products. Tuskegee