Downtown Eufaula

Since at least 1733, the site along the Chattahoochee River that is now Eufaula was occupied by three Creek Indian tribes of the Muscogee Nation. One of these was “the Eufaulas” (pronounced you-fall-uhs). It is speculated that the name means “high bluff” in the Creek language, referring to the embankments overlooking the river. In 1823, men from Georgia, looking for fertile crop land, established a permanent white settlement on these high bluffs and adopted the Creek village’s name.

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