Intermediary Zone 6-7: Comanche; Huron, Wyandot; Lenape; Tuscarora; Potawatomi; Kalapuya; Takelma; Shasta, Chimariko; Alsea; Achomavi; Yana; Yuki; Lassik, Catho; Kolchan; Hare; Eastern Cree; Han; Beaver; Slavey, Dogrib; Osage, Kansa; Oto; Eastern Keres; Western Keres; Chumash; Lower Chinook; Alabama, Koasati
; Creek, Seminole; Cherokee; Natchez; Yuchi; Choktaw, Chichasaw; Mandan; Hidatsa; Kiowa; Kiowa-Apache;
(191.) KNIFFEN, supra note 114, at 306 ("The Koasati
Including work from the Choctaw, Muscogee (Creek), Chickasaw, Yuchi, Cherokee, Koasati
(Coushatta), Atakapa-Ishak, Catawba, and Houma, this comprehensive collection contains essays, folktales, hymns, creation myths, prophecies, and more--both from members of tribes forcibly displaced by relocation and those who remained hidden within their ancestral homelands.
Encompassing a broad period from 1830 to 2014, Marcia Haag (linguistics, University of Oklahoma) presents translated texts and commentary on literature by indigenous linguistic and cultural groups of the American Southeast: Choctaw, Creek, Chickasaw, Yuchi, Cherokee, Koasati
, Houma, Catawba, and Atakapa.