January, 1690: Chickasaws likely absorb remnant groups from edge of Mississippi Valley, such as Taposa, Ibitoupa, and some Chakchiumas

The Napissa joined Chickasaws, and the Tioux abandoned Pearl River near present-day Jackson and sought refuge among the Natchez. This shifting took place over a twenty-year period. The Tious were with the Yazoos, Tunicas, Koroas, and Ofos on the lower Yazoo River near present-day Redwood. They migrated south around 1700. Some joined the Natchez, but others joined various groups such as the Bayogoulas.

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