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The Accokeek were a group of Native Americans living in Southern Maryland at the time of English colonization. They lived along the Potomac River in present-day Prince George's County, Maryland. They were an Algonquian-language tribe and were related to the Piscataway, another Algonquian-language tribe.
Accokeek means at the edge of the hill.
- The prehistoric people of Accokeek Creek, p. 25
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