200 Alabama Bicentennial

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"Ho-po-eth-le-yo-ho-lo."

Opothle Yaholo was a chief of the Tuckabatchee Creeks. He was a supporter of Tecumseh and probably fought with the Red Stick Creeks during the first Creek War. This portrait appeared on page 7 of HISTORY OF THE INDIAN TRIBES OF NORTH AMERICA by Thomas McKenney and James Hall, 1834.

Creator: Thomas McKenney and James Hall
Date: 1834
Repository: Alabama Department of Archives and History
Format: Portrait print

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