Probably hundreds if not thousands of U.S. states, counties, cities, towns, rivers and lakes have names derived from native American languages. Most of the original colonies had names derived from England; like New York, New Hampshire, the Carolinas, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Virginia. After that they began to name new states with Indian names. Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, the Dakotas, Mississippi, Tennessee, Alabama, Nebraska, etc.
Most of these Muskogean-named cities are located in the southeastern U.S. Some are as far west as Texas and Oklahoma due to the forced relocation of tribes.