Yamasee

noun Ya·ma·see \ˈyäməsē\\ˈyem-\
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Yamassee

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  1. :  an Indian of a Muskogean people of the lower Savannah and the coast of Georgia driven to Florida after defeat by the whites in 1716 and finally incorporated with the Creeks and Seminoles

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