The Echota Cherokee Tribe of Alabama are the descendants of those Indian people who escaped the infamous “Trail of Tears” by hiding out in the mountainous backwoods and lowlands of the Southeast. Others fled from the march after it began and others simply walked away and came home after reaching Indian Territory. They are state recognized by the State of Alabama.
State Tribes E-G
An alphabetical list of state recognized tribes of the United States A to B. Links to tribal profile pages are at the bottom of the page.
State Recognized indian tribes that start with e
Eastern Chickahominy Tribe (VA)
Eastern Pequot Tribal Nation (CT)
Edisto Natchez Kusso Tribe of South Carolina (SC)
Elnu Abenaki Tribe (VT)
State Recognized indian tribes that start with f
Four Winds Tribe Louisiana Cherokee Confederacy (LA)
State Recognized indian tribes that start with g
Georgia Tribe of Eastern Cherokee (GA)
Grand Caillou/Dulac Band (LA)Eastern Chickahominy Route 2 Box 90 Providence Forge, VA 23140 804-745-6508 Echota Cherokee of Alabama P.O. Box 2128 Sylacauga, AL 35150 205-338-2080 Gun Lake Village Band of Grand Lake Ottawa Indians (Match-e-be-nash-she-wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians, United Nation of Chippewa, Ottawa, and Potawatomi) Michigan