Okchai – First appear on early 1700s maps living on the western side of the Coosa River a few miles above the Tallapoosa. By 1738 some have moved to Kialaga Creek on the Tallapoosa. Sometimes referred to as “Fish Pond Indians,” they appear on the 1832 census as “Hook-choie.” In 1778 a small band is living among the Seminoles in northern Florida.