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Utsvtiselu Kai-Ya-Tah-Hee 'Onitositah' Kaallaha Corntassel, Uku of Chota MP (1702 - 1788)

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Col. John Lowrey MP (c.1768 - 1817)

John was the Indian chief of his tribe, recorded in Emmet Starr's book, Old Cherokee Families. Tsani Lowery was the son of GEORGE LOWREY and NANNIE [cherokee ᎾᏅᏰᎯ Nanyehi]...

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Dutch Tauchee Broom, Chief (c.1700 - d.)

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Redbird Smith, Chief MP (1850 - 1918)

Redbird Smith Story: "Chief of the Nighthawk Keetowah" Provided by the Cherokee Nation Cultural Resource Center E-mail: cultural@cherokee.org from [**Note: Cultural information may vary from clan to ...

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Samuel Smith, Chief (1876 - d.)

Smith became chief of the Nighthawk Keetowahs (ᎩᏚᏩ ᎤᎾᏙᏢᎯ) on April 7, 1919 .

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"Standing Turkey" Eagle of Chota, Uku of Chota MP (1738 - d.)

Before 1794 the Cherokee had no standing national government. Various leaders were appointed by mutual consent of the towns to represent the nation to British, sometimes French, and later American auth...

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Chief James Vann MP (1765 - 1809)

For more pictures, go to the Media section. Born: Spring Place, Murray Co., GA February 1765/8, Died:Near Vann's Ferry at Tom Buffingtons Tavern, Forsyth Co., GA February 21, 1809.. Brutal, viole...

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Nunna'hi-dihi, Chief Pathkiller MP (c.1764 - 1839)

Birth: 1742 Death: Jan., 1827 Cherokee Chief. Born it present day Alabama, he rose to the chieftainship of Gun'-di'ga-duhun'yi or Turkey Town, the largest of the Cherokee settlements and a princi...

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John "Young Tassell" Watts (b. - c.1808)

John Watts, or Kunokeski, also known as Young Tassel, was one of the leaders of the Chickamauga/Lower Cherokee during the Chickamauga wars, particularly after the murder of his uncle, Old Tassel, by ma...

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Stand Watie, Brig. General, CSA, Principal Chief MP (c.1806 - 1871)

Stand Watie (1806-1871) Born at Oothcaloga in the Cherokee Nation, Georgia (near present day Rome, Georgia) on December 12, 1806, Stand Watie's Cherokee name was De-ga-ta-ga, or "he stands." He als...

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Old Tassel MP (1738 - 1788)

1. info from www.comanchelodge.com/cherokee-chiefs.html Old Tassel Born after 1730 in Toqua of the Overhills. It has been suggested that he may have been born much earlier, yet there is no evidence....

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Joseph Vann, Principal Chief MP (1798 - 1844)

Joseph H. Vann, (11 February 1798 – 23 October 1844). He was a Cherokee leader who owned Diamond Hill (now known as the Chief Vann House), many slaves, taverns, and steamboats that he operated o...

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Richard Baxter Choate, Principal Chief for a day MP (1863 - 1937)

--- from A history of the state of Oklahoma Vol II by Luther B Hill A.B. 1910 Richard B. Choate. A native of the Cherokee nation and a resident of Bunch, Adair county, since his boyhood days, Richa...

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Edward M Fry, Chief for 1 day (deceased)

Chief for 1 day: June 23, 1923

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Andrew Bell Cunningham, Principal Chief (1869 - 1906)

Chief for 17 days. Listed on the 1880 CN Census: ;DE, 639; 1890 CN Census: Tahlequah, 1982; Dawes Roll: card# 5858, roll# 14029; Miller Roll: Tahlequah, OK, ap# 27674, roll# 9028; Blood: 1/8 Cherokee; ...

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Samuel McDaniel Fox Taylor, CSA, Principal Chief MP (1818 - 1883)

Confederate Chief -------------------- Judge Samuel McDaniel Fox TAYLOR b: 3 FEB 1818 in Cherokee Nation East Name: Samuel McDaniel Taylor Birth: 3 FEB 1818 in Cherokee Nation East, Tennessee...

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John Spears, Confederate Chief (deceased)

Confederate Chief

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Smith Wa-de Wa-ki-gu Christie, Union Chief MP (c.1812 - 1902)

About Christie, Smith Nickname Watt, b. 1817 Union Chief 1863 Cherokee Name: Wa-de Wa-ki-gu. Cherokee Evaluations of 1836 lists Watt Christie as 24 yrs. old and living on a farm at the mouth of the...

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Thomas Ah-yes-takie Peggs, Major, CSA, USA, Civil War Chief (1806 - 1866)

Pegg, Thomas (Ah-yes-takie) A Major of the 2nd Reg Cherokee Mounted Rifles, CSA (also known as Drew s Regiment & First Reg); after the Battle of Pea Ridge in AR, switched to the Union Side as Capt., ...

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Charles J Hunt, Principal chief for a day (1876 - d.)

Charles J Hunt Cherokee Chief for 1 day Listed on; 1880 CN Census: Cooweescoowee, 1405 1890 CN Census: Cooweescoowee, 2566 Dawes Roll: card# 3614, roll# 8787 Miller Roll: Vinita, OK, ap...

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Oliver P Brewer, Jr., Principal Chief (1871 - d.)

Oliver Hazard Perry Brewer was known as Chute. He attended Cherokee Nation schools and the Cherokee Male Seminary. He graduated from the University of Arkansas in 1893. When his father died, he took ov...

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William W. Hastings, Principal Chief (1866 - 1938)

William Wirt Hastings (December 31, 1866 - April 8, 1938) was a U.S. Representative from Oklahoma. Born on a farm in Benton County, Arkansas, near the Indian Territory boundary, Hastings moved with h...

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Chief Black Fox MP (c.1745 - 1811)

Black Fox (Circa 1745-1811) was born about 1746 in the Cherokee village of Ustanali, in the Lower Towns area (found today in northeastern Alabama, northwestern Georgia, and their adjoining areas of sou...

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Chief William Abraham Hicks MP (1769 - 1837)

William Abraham Hicks (1769 - 1837?, age 68) became Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation in 1827 after being elected to succeed his older brother, Charles R. Hicks, the longtime Second Principal Chie...

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Big Tiger, Principal Chief (c.1770 - d.)

Big Tiger (1824-1828); principal chief of the faction of those in the Nation following Whitepath's teachings inspired by the Seneca prophet Handsome Lake.--------------------Big Tiger (1824-1828); prin...

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Chief Charles Renatus Hicks MP (1767 - 1827)

Charles Renatus Hicks (23 December 1767 - 20 January 1827, age 59) was one of the most important Cherokee leaders in the early 19th century and the first non fullblood to be chosen as Principal Chief o...

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William Holland Thomas, Principal Chief MP (1805 - 1893)

Adopted by Chief Yonaguska Drowning Bear. Drowning Bear called him Wil-Usdi or "Little Will." -------------------- Birth parents of William Holland Thomas were Richard Thomas and Temperance Calvert...

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Nimrod Tsaladihi Jarrett Smith, CSA, Principal Chief MP (1837 - 1893)

Nimrod Jarrett Smith (1837–1893), or Tsaladihi, was the fourth Principal Chief of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. His father was the Valley River landowner Henry Smith, one of the wealthie...

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Stillwell Saunooke, Principal Chief (deceased)

Stillwell Saunooke Principal Chief (1891-1895)

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Yonaguska or (Yo-nu-gv-ya-s-gi) "Drowning Bear" ᏲᏄᎬᏯᏍᎩ, Principal Chief MP (c.1760 - 1839)

1817-19 Reservations 1: August 03, 1819, #213, at the Governor's island, 16 in family 1817-19 Reservations 2: Reservation released to North Carolina 1835 Census roll: Haywood Co, NC, 2m18-, 1m18+, ...

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Salonitah, Flying Squirrel Oo-co-la-hoh (1796 - 1884)

Flying Squirrel, Chief Chief Bet. 1870-75: Principal Chief of CN East. Listed on the 1848 Mullay Roll: # 173 as Flying Squirrel (Cheif of Paint Town); 1851 Siler Roll: Paint Town, Haywood Co., NC, fa...

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Lloyd Dah-si-ki-yah-gih Romulus Welch, I, Principal Chief MP (c.1840 - c.1880)

Principal Chief of NC: 1875-1880. Cherokee Name: Dah-si-ki-yah-gih. Nickname: Shoeboot Find A Grave Memorial# 14012015

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Jesse Tse`si-ska`tsi Reed (Reid), Principal Chief MP (deceased)

Jesse Reed ( Reid) (1899-1903) Aka: Scotch Jesse , Chief of Eastern Bank of Cherokees. Cherokee Name: Tse si-ska tsi .

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John Goins Welch, Principal Chief (deceased)

John Goins Welch Principal Chief (1907-1911)

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Andy Standing Deer, Principal Chief (deceased)

Andy Standing Deer Principal Chief (1895-1899)

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Joseph A Saunooke, Principal Chief (deceased)

Joseph A. Saunooke Principal Chief (1911-1915)

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Bird Saloloneeta, or Young Squirrel, Principal Chief (deceased)

Bird Saloloneeta, or Young Squirrel, Principal Chief (1903-1907)

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John A Tahquette, Principal Chief (deceased)

John A. Tahquette Principal Chief (1927-1931)

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Jarret Blythe, Principal Chief (1886 - 1977)

JARRETT BLYTHE Chief of the Tribal Council of the Eastern Band of the Cherokee. 1931-1937 Promoted route through the Qualla Boundary Chief Blythe descended from a line of Cherokee leaders, most promi...

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David Blythe, Principal Chief MP (1862 - d.)

David Blythe Principal Chief (1915-1919) David Blythe was the son of Jackson Blythe and Ollie Reed. He was the husband of Nannie (Nancy) Jackson Blythe ( married 17.July 1898 JW Birds) He was the h...

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Sampson Owl, Principal Chief of the Eastern Cherokee (1854 - d.)

Sampson Owl Principal Chief (1923-1927)--------------------Principal Chief, 1923-1927; HOH 1870 Jackson Co, NC census w/father; 1898, 1906, 1914, 1923, 1928, 1937 Cherokee census (full); Baker Roll 192...

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Henry Bradley, Principal Chief (deceased)

Henry Bradley Principal Chief (1947-1951

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Olsey Bird Saunooke, Principal Chief (deceased)

Osley Bird Saunooke Principal Chief (1951-1955)

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Walter Jackson, Principal Chief (deceased)

Walter Jackson Principal Chief (1967-1971)

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Noah Powell, Principal Chief (deceased)

Noah Powell Principal Chief (1971-1973)

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John A Crowe, Principal Chief (1917 - 2001)

John A. Crowe Principal Chief (1973-1983

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Joyce Dugan, Principal Chief (deceased)

Former Chief of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, Cherokee Nation, a teacher and former superintendent of schools, Joyce Dugan has been a mover and a shaper. Elected to office in 1995, Dugan advoca...

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Leon Jones, Principal Chief (deceased)

Leon Jones Principal Chief (1999-2003)

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Robert S Youngdeer, Principal Chief MP (1922 - d.)

Principal Chief (1983-1987) and military hero, Robert S. Youngdeer was born April 13, 1922 at Ravensford.The son of Jesse Youngdeer and Martha Jane Owl Youngdeer, he attended Cherokee Boarding School. ...

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Jonathan L Taylor, Principal Chief (deceased)

Principal Chief 1987 - 1995

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Gerard Parker, Principal Chief (deceased)

Gerard Parker Principal Chief (1995)

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John Hitcher, Principal Chief (deceased)

John Hitcher Principal Chief (1939-1946)

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Jeff Tindle, Principal Chief (deceased)

Jeff Tindle Principal Chief (1954 – 1960)

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William Glory, Principal Chief (deceased)

William Glory Principal Chief (1967 - 1979)

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Michell Hicks, Principal Chief (1964 - d.)

Michell Hicks, Principal Chief Eastern Band of Cherokee One of Southwestern Community College’s graduates joined the ranks of film maker George Lucas, actor James Belushi, Apollo 13 astronaut ...

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Jim Pickup, Principal Chief (deceased)

Jim Pickup Principal Chief (1946-1954)

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James L Gordon, Principal Chief (deceased)

James L. Gordon Principal Chief (1979 – 1983)

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John Hair, Principal Chief (deceased)

John Hair Principal Chief (1983 – 1991)

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Jim Henson, Principal Chief (deceased)

Jim Henson Principal Chief (1996 – 2000)

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Dallas Proctor, Principal Chief (deceased)

Dallas Proctor Principal Chief 2000 – 2004

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George 'Tsa-Tsi-Agi-Li' Agin'agi'li Lowrey, II, Major, Principal Chief MP (c.1770 - 1852)

Native Cherokee Chief. Born Agin'-agi'li and known as Rising Fawn, his father came from Scotland and his mother was the daughter and granddaughter of Echota Cherokee chiefs. He was respected in the tri...

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Black Coat, Principal Chief (b. - 1835)

Black Coat was the second western Cherokee chief, serving with first chief John Jolly and third chief Walter Webber. Black Coat participated in the Cherokee was against the Osages and was with the gr...

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Chief Dragging Canoe MP (c.1734 - 1792)

NATIVE NAME: Tsi'yu-gunsini ENGLISH NAME: Dragging Canoe; Andrew Brown ALTERNATE NAMES:Cui Canacina, Savage Napoleon, Dragon (so called by his enemies). ALTERNATE SPELLINGS: Cheucunsene, Kunnese ...

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John (Jr.) "Young Tassel" Watts, Principal Chief MP (c.1750 - c.1808)

John Watts, or Kunokeski, also known as Young Tassel, was one of the leaders of the Chickamauga/Lower Cherokee during the Chickamauga wars, particularly after the murder of his uncle, Old Tassel, by ma...

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Chuqualatague Incalatanga Taltsuska "Doublehead" MP (c.1744 - c.1807)

Note that "Chuqualataque" is a title, not a name! Doublehead (1744–1807) or Incalatanga (Tal-tsu'tsa in Cherokee), was one of the most feared warriors of the Cherokee during the Chickamauga ...

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The Glass, or Ta'gwadihi, Principal Chief (c.1755 - d.)

The Glass, or Ta'gwadihi Principal Chief (1807-1809) Event: Fact 27 OCT 1805 Signed treaty of Tellico next to Chief Black Fox, as The Glass, or Tunnquetihee, his x mark (L.S.) Event: Fact 8 JUL 1...

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Degadoga, Principal Chief (deceased)

Degadoga Principal Chief (1813-1817) Degadoga, or Tatoka, was an early Cherokee emigrant who succeeded as Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation West upon the departure for Spanish Texas in 1813 of t...

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Tahlonteeskee of Cayuga, Principal Chief MP (deceased)

Chief Tahlonteeskee, who presided over the Cherokee Nation from 1809 to 1818. He was part of the Old Settler band of Cherokees who moved from the ancestral lands in the Southeast United States. They se...

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John (Ahuludegi) Oolooteka Jolly, Principal Chief MP (b. - 1838)

John Jolly, Cherokee name Ahuludegi, also known as Oolooteka, was elected Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation West upon the death of his brother Tahlonteeskee in 1819. He had served as headman of Ca...

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Chief John Looney (1776 - 1846)

John Looney was the last person elected Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation West by the whole tribe, and that was his second election to that office. He was first elected to succeed John Jolly after...

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Chief John Brown Jr MP (1796 - 1822)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia John Brown, formerly judge of the Chickamauga District of the Cherokee Nation East, was elected Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation West 22 April 1839, after ...

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John (Colonel) Duwa'li Bowles, Principal Chief MP (c.1756 - 1839)

History of Tsalagiyi Nvdagi (Texas Cherokee) by D. L. Utsidihi Hicks Chief Diwali, "Bowl" also known in history as "Bowles," born around 1756 in the Cherokee town of Little Hiwasee, located in the ...

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Takatoka, Principal Chief MP (c.1755 - 1824)

Takatoka (1755?–1824)aka: Ticketoke aka: Ta-Ka-To-Kuh aka: De'gata'ga aka: Degadoga Takatoka (whose name is spelled various ways in records of the time and in later histories) was one of the l...

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John OO-LOO-TES KEE Jolly, Principal Chief (1846 - d.)

John Jolly, Cherokee name Ahuludegi, also known as Oolooteka, was elected Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation West upon the death of his brother Tahlonteeskee in 1819. He had served as headman of Ca...

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Capt. John Rogers, Jr., Principal Chief MP (c.1781 - 1846)

John Rogers was the last elected Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation West, elected 11 October 1839 by the faction of Old Settlers who rejected the unity constitution of September 1839. The rejection...

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Charitey Hagey, Uku of Tugaloo (deceased)

The following are notes from The headman of Tugaloo, known as Charitey Hagey "the conjuror," assured the South Carolinians that his people no longer held anti-English sentiments. He balked at joining...

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Ostenaco Outacite "Mankiller" of Settico, Cherokee Emissary to England MP (c.1703 - 1780)

Ostenaco Born c. 1703, Died c. 1780 Nationality: Cherokee Ostenaco (Ustanakwa, or "Big Head") , who preferred to go by the warrior's title he earned at any early age, "Mankiller" (Utsidihi), al...

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Long Warrior of Tanasi, Uku (deceased)

Uku (1729-1730)

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Amahetai ll MoyToy of Tellico MP (c.1687 - 1741)

Moytoy of Tellico (d. 1741 or 1760?) was a Cherokee leader from Great Tellico, recognized by British colonial authorities as the "Emperor of the Cherokee"; the Cherokee themselves used the title "First...

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Amouskositte, Amo-sgiasite ("Dreadful Water"), Uku of Great Tellico MP (deceased)

Amouskositte, or Amo-sgiasite ("Dreadful Water"), of Great Tellico was the son of Moytoy of Tellico and attempted to succeed him as "Emperor of the Cherokee", a title given his father by Alexander Cumi...

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Kanagatoga "Old Hop" Moytoy, First Beloved Man of the Cherokee MP (c.1690 - 1761)

Kanagatucko , known in English as Standing Turkey or Old Hop ,[1] was a Cherokee elder, serving briefly as the principle Chief of the Cherokee from 1758-1761, when he died. The European settlers knew h...

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Attakullakulla / Onacona MP (c.1699 - c.1797)

Attakullakulla (ca. 1708–ca. 1777) or Atagulkalu (Cherokee, Ata-gul' kalu) — known to whites as Little Carpenter — was First Beloved Man of the Cherokee Indians from 1761 to around...

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Oconastota Moytoy, First Beloved Man of the Cherokee MP (c.1704 - c.1783)

NATIVE NAME: Aganstata ENGLISH NAME: James BEAVER Jr ALTERNATE NAMES: Oconostota, Oconastota Moytoy, Cunne Shote, Warrior of Chota, Stalking Turkey (a name which causes confusion with his uncle Kan...

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Caulunna, the Raven of Chota MP (1676 - 1741)

CAULUNNA Born: before 1676. The English word for Caulunna was Raven. He was the leader of the Seven Clans, and went to England in 1730. Ile was killed in battle in 1741. His sister, Quatsis or Quatie, ...

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Little Turkey, Uku (1758 - 1801)

Little Turkey was elected First Beloved Man by the general council of the Cherokee upon the move of the council's seat to Ustanali on the Conasauga River following the murder of Corntassel in 1788. The...

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Uskwa'li-gu'ta (Hanging Maw), Uku MP (c.1710 - c.1792)

Hanging Maw, or Uskwa'li-gu'ta in Cherokee, was the leading chief of the Overhill Cherokee from 1788 to 1794. He became chief following the death of Old Tassel, during the troubled period following the...

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Chadwick Ugista ᎤᎩᏍᏔ Smith, Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation MP

Chadwick Ugista ᎤᎩᏍᏔ "Corntassel" Smith Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation In office 1999 – present Chadwick "Corntassel" Smith (Cherok...

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Wilma Pearl Mankiller, Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation MP (1945 - 2010)

Wilma Pearl Mankiller (November 18, 1945 – April 6, 2010) was the first female Chief of the Cherokee Nation. She served as principal chief for ten years from 1985 to 1995. Wilma Pearl Mankil...

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Ross O Swimmer, Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation (deceased)

Ross O. Swimmer is the Special Trustee for American Indians at the U.S. Department of the Interior. Swimmer attended Oklahoma University, where he received both his Bachelor of Arts and Juris Doctor de...

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W. W. Keeler MP (1908 - 1987)

KEELER, WILLIAM WAYNE (1908-1987) Chief executive officer of Phillips Petroleum Company and chief of the Cherokee Nation, William Wayne Keeler was born April 5, 1908, in Dalhart, Texas, and grew up i...

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Jesse Bartley Milam, Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation MP (1884 - 1949)

MILAM, JESSE BARTLEY (1884-1949) Bartley Milam served as a model Cherokee leader and businessman in twentieth-century America. His character attributes of adaptation and resilience mirrored the charact...

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Samuel Houston Mayes, Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation (1845 - 1927)

MAYES, SAMUEL HOUSTON (1845-1927) Cherokee chief, rancher, and entrepreneur Samuel Houston Mayes was born to Samuel and Nancy Adair Mayes on May 11, 1845, at Muddy Springs, near present Stilwell, i...

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Johnson Johnson Harris, Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation (1856 - 1921)

Col Johnson. Harris was born April 19, 1856. His father was White and his mother was Cherokee. Harris' public life began with his election to the Cherokee senate in 1881. On the death of J.B. Mayes, he...

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Joel Bryan (Tsa-wa Gak-ski) ᏣᏩᎦKᏍᎩ Mayes, Major, CSA, Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation MP (1833 - 1891)

Joel Bryan Mayes (Tsa-wa Gak-ski, Ꮳ Ꮹ ᎦK ᏍᎩ, in Cherokee) (1833 – 1891) was Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation. Early life and educationHe was born in ...

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Charles Oochalata, ᎤᏤᎳᏔ Thompson, CSA, Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation (b. - 1891)

Chief Thompson.Charles Thompson (Oochalata, ᎤᏤᎳᏔ, in Cherokee) lived near the present-day site of Lake Spavinaw, following the Trail of Tears. He served in Drew's Regiment o...

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William Charles Rogers, Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation (1849 - 1917)

William Charles Rogers was born near Claremore, Oklahoma on the 13th of December 1847. A successful farmer, he entered local politics in 1881. A member of the Downing Party, he was elected Principal ...

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Thomas Mitchell Buffington, Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation MP (1855 - 1938)

The only surviving regularly-elected chief of the Cherokee Nation in Indian Territory is Thomas Mitchell Buffington. Born in Goingsnake district on October 15, 1855, Mr. Buffington's public life began ...

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Dennis Wolfe Bushyhead, Sr., Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation MP (1826 - 1898)

Dennis Bushyhead (born March 18, 1826, died 1898) was the Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation. He served from 1879 to 1887. Bushyhead was born in the state of Tennessee, the oldest son of Rev. Jesse...

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Lewis Downing, Chief of the Cherokee Nation MP (1823 - d.)

Lewis Downing , Chief of the Cherokee Nation (1823-1872) Born; 1823,Tennessee, USA Died; 1872, Tahlequah, OK Principal Chief of the Cherokees (1867-1872);(Cherokee, Irish, and English); Vice-Ch...

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William Potter Ross, Chief of the Cherokee Nation MP (1820 - 1891)

William R. Ross was Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation During two separate terms. On October 19, 1866, he was chosen by the National Council to fill the unexpired term of Chief Ross. His job was to...

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