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Tascaluza is a Choctaw or Muskogean word meaning "black warrior"

DE SOTO MEETS TASCALUSA

According to the four de Soto chronicles, on October 9, 1540, Hernando de Soto's expedition through the North American deep south arrived in the provinces controlled by Tascalusa.

Tasculusa (sometimes spelled Tascaluza) was a paramount Mississippian chief rising in power at the time of the battle. Tascalusa's historical importance is reflected in place names that survive today: the city of Tuscaloosa is named for him, of course; and Tascaluza is a Choctaw or Muskogean word meaning "black warrior", and the Black Warrior River is named in his honor as well.

Tascalusa's major settlement was called Atahachi, and that's where de Soto first met him, probably west of where the modern town of Montgomery is located. The recollections of the chroniclers described Tascalusa as a giant, full half a head taller than their tallest soldier. When de Soto's men met Tascalusa, he was seated in Atahachi's plaza, accompanied by many retainers, one of whom held a type of deerskin umbrella over his head. There, as was their usual practice, de Soto's men demanded that Tascalusa hand over porters to carry the expedition's gear and booty, and women to entertain the men.

Tascalusa said no, sorry, he couldn't do that.
Photo credit to: @the_ra_smith

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My Indigenous warriors.
They found us here. As Documented
Tascaluza is a Choctaw or Muskogean word meaning "black warrior"

DE SOTO MEETS TASCALUSA

According to the four de Soto chronicles, on October 9, 1540, Hernando de Soto's expedition through the North American deep south arrived in the provinces controlled by Tascalusa.

Tasculusa (sometimes spelled Tascaluza) was a paramount Mississippian chief rising in power at the time of the battle. Tascalusa's historical importance is reflected in place names that survive today: the city of Tuscaloosa is named for him, of course; and Tascaluza is a Choctaw or Muskogean word meaning "black warrior", and the Black Warrior River is named in his honor as well.

Tascalusa's major settlement was called Atahachi, and that's where de Soto first met him, probably west of where the modern town of Montgomery is located. The recollections of the chroniclers described Tascalusa as a giant, full half a head taller than their tallest soldier. When de Soto's men met Tascalusa, he was seated in Atahachi's plaza, accompanied by many retainers, one of whom held a type of deerskin umbrella over his head. There, as was their usual practice, de Soto's men demanded that Tascalusa hand over porters to carry the expedition's gear and booty, and women to entertain the men.

Tascalusa said no, sorry, he couldn't do that. Photo credit to: @the_ra_smith

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The truth is stranger than fiction. Cristibol Colon knew exactly where he was headed. He did not "think he was in India" because in 1492 India didn't exist in the place you have been taught it to be today. It wasn't even known as India in 1492. It was Bharat or Hindustan.

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The truth is stranger than fiction. Cristibol Colon knew exactly where he was headed. He did not "think he was in India" because in 1492 India didn't exist in the place you have been taught it to be today. It wasn't even known as India in 1492. It was Bharat or Hindustan.

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