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Woven Together

A story of spirit, strength and perseverance

Woven Together tells the story of the rich history and heritage of the Poarch Creek Indians. Descendants of a segment of the original Creek Nation that once covered almost all of Alabama and Georgia, the Poarch Creek Indians are the only federally recognized Indian tribe in the state of Alabama, operating as a sovereign nation with their own system of government and bylaws. They have fought to preserve their proud heritage and culture, while moving forward into the mainstream of modern society.

Like reeds that have been bound together, we have survived the harsh winds of our history, emerging strong, successful and self-reliant. We are the Poarch Creek Indians and this is our story.

Read more about the Tribe’s history in Woven Together

To learn more about our history, read “Woven Together, The Story of the Poarch Creek Indians.” Click below to read online or visit our Museum to purchase our hardback coffee table book for your home.

Books & resources

Learn more about our spirit, strength, and perseverance through our featured books and resources, which highlight the history and story of the Poarch Creek Indians.

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For Tribal Bill Pay login assistance, contact Candy Byrd at (251) 368-9136 ext 2006 or cbyrd@pci-nsn.gov

The Roundhouse is accessible to Tribal Citizens and Tribal Government Employees only. For login assistance, please email theroundhouse@pci-nsn.gov or call Sharon Delmar at (251) 368-9136 ext 2216