By Madison Coker
The Creek homes didn't have walls for the summer to stay cool. In the winter they had speshil homes to stay warm.
They had gardens to grow food. Them men hunted fish and deer. They used deerskin for clothing.
James Oglethorpe came to Georgia to make a settlement. He asked Mary Musgrove if she could help him communcate. Because she helped the Creek and new settlers trade, they could live together peacefully.