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Rachel (Indian) Whitt MP (c.1761 - c.1846)

Notes   "You will find no birth record nor a baptismal record, not a christening, nor any other for this Rachel Skaggs as a daughter of or other blood relation to any Skaggs family. Be aware...

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Standing Deer MP (c.1755 - 1775)

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Thomas Bailey Christian MP (1770 - 1854)

"When Chief Cornstalk and his son, Elinipsico , were murdered (1777), Thomas Mastin, and his wife Agnes, are said to have taken in the orphans Kumshaka (renamed Thomas Bailey Christian), Low Hawk (rena...

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Outhowwa Shokka (1777 - d.)

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Elinipsico Cornstalk MP (1752 - 1777)

On November 11, 1777 James Hall and a number of Virginia militia members attacked and killed the Shawnee Chief Cornstalk and two of his sons who, at the time, were being held prisoner. This reignited t...

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Helizikenopo Ounaconoa Snake (1715 - 1756)

b. abt 175 PA d. aft 1756 OH Cornstalk's first wife m. approx. 1730. Shawnee (likely a Mekoche) sister of Big Snake. children: Chenusaw Wolf Walker Newa Aracoma (Baker) Greenbrier (...

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White Fish Moytoy (deceased)

"Prior to 1754, the Shawnee had a headquarters at Shawnee Springs at modern-day Cross Junction, Virginia near Winchester." (from wikipedia) "It is very possible that White Fish was an Anglicized name...

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Bird Moytoy (deceased)

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Running Stream "Don Luis", Weroance / Ensenore of the Powhatan MP (1510 - 1618)

Jamestown & The Powhatans ( video ) : Lots of educational articles : Cultures at Jamestown (PDF) Life at Jamestown (PDF) Living with the Indians (PDF) Tobacco and Labor (PDF) Angela (PDF) ...

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April "Tikami" Hop (1690 - 1744)

April "Tikami" Hop (meaning: April Water ) was born 1690 in Chota, Cherokee Territory (present day Tennessee) and died in 1744 in Upper Hiwassee, Cherokee Territory (present day Tennessee) Parents: M...

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Misahpelewa "Big Turkey" Hop Cornstalk (c.1660 - d.)

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Chalakatha-Hopia of the Shawnee Bear Clan (deceased)

Pride Chalakatha-Hopia Woman, born about 1664. She was killed with her husband by Catawba raiders in 1694 (daughter of Hopper a Hopia Chief & a Chalakatha Woman) Married: about 1679 to Big Turk...

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Puckeshinwa Shawnee Indian Cheif (1730 - 1774)

Puckeshinwa was a Shawnee war chief who was killed at the Battle of Point Pleasant during Lord Dunmore’s War in 1774 and the father of the Shawnee chief Tecumseh. Battle of Point Pleasant

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Tenkswatawa "The Prophet" (c.1775 - 1834)

Tenskwatawa, (also called Tenskatawa, Tensquatawa or Lalawethika) (1775 – November 1834) was a Native American religious and political leader of the Shawnee tribe, known as The Prophet or the Sh...

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Tecumseh MP (c.1768 - 1813)

The Ric Burns documentary, "Tecumseh's Vision: We Shall Remain" (first aired Oct 2009) can be viewed here: Tecumseh (properly Tikamthi or Tecumtha: 'One who passes across intervening space from o...

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Chief Hokoleskwa Cornstalk MP (1709 - 1777)

Hokoleskwa (ca. 1720 – November 10, 1777) — known as Cornstalk — was an important 18th century leader of the Shawnee people. In the Shawnee language, his name meant "blade of corn"...

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