Oktchayi

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An Upper Creek town built along Oktchayi creek, a western tributary of Tallapoosa river. The town, mentioned as Oak-tchoy in 1791, lay three miles below Ka-ilaidshi, in the central district. Cf. La lo- kalka. Milfort, Memoire, p. 266. 267, calls the tribe: les Oxiailles.

Oakachoy Creek is a stream located just 9.8 miles from Alexander City, in Coosa County, in the state of Alabama, United States, near Dyke (historical), AL. Alternate names for this stream include Oktchayi Creek, Oakjoy Creek and Okachoy Creek.

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