Coweta Chair

Mother Town

The Coweta were the second great Muscogee tribe among the Lower Creeks, and they headed the war side as Kasihta headed the peace side. By many early writers, all of the Lower Creeks are called Coweta, and the Spaniards and French both speak of the Coweta chief as ”emperor” of the Creeks.

Coweta is one of the four mother towns of the Muscogee people in what is now the Southeast United States, along with Kasihta, Abihka, and Tuckabutche. Coweta was located in an area now in the modern state of Alabama. It was a central trading city of the Lower Creek people. A woodland tribe, the Coweta chair is designed to represent a gun-stock war club and two brothers watching over one another



Dimensions: 36″ W x 32″ D x 36″ H
Seat: 17″ D x 18” H
Arm: 26” H

Item Number: DC-CC-20

COM: 5 yards (plain 54″ wide)
COL: 90 square feet (15% upcharge)

Wood Finish Options: American Walnut, Oiled Walnut, Oak, Mahogany, Ash – refer to wood chart