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meshiwapakoche meskwachakee (1688 - 1755)

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Little Swaying Snake (1731 - 1758)

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Wahootooshika meskwachakee (1710 - 1754)

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Edna Yellow Britches Mckee, Rising Sun, Shawnee Kispoko (1755 - 1793)

A Man of Distinction among Them "ALEXANDER McKEE and the Ohio Country Frontier 1754-1799" by Larry L. Nelson The Kent State University Press Kent, Ohio, and London , c1999. Chapter Two From the Sus...

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Techacha Rising Sun Morning Star, Shawnee Kispoko (deceased)

Found a tree but it seems to be a conglomeration of people that are put together as "one big family" to me most of the spouses and children listed for her seems to be incorrect at this moment . The lis...

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--- ---, Shawnee Kispoko Warrior (1750 - 1775)

Kispoko (also spelled Kiscopocoke, Kispokotha, Spitotha)[1] is the name of one of the five divisions (or septs) of the Shawnee, a Native American people. The Kispoko were the smallest of the five septs...

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Cornstalk Chalakatha, of the Shawnee (1545 - 1618)

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Nepikeweewa "Shawnee Maiden" Greenwood (1625 - d.)

Links Shawnee Heritage IV  By Don Greene.  Page 168

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Spemcia Elene "John" Greenwood (1619 - 1698)

Links Shawnee Heritage IV  By Don Greene.  Page 168

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Powhatan, Chief Cornstalk (1598 - 1650)

Wind Clan, Cornstalk, AKA Young Cornstalk Wind Clan Powhatan - Young Shewanee Cornstalk (1598-1650) Son of Cornstalk Wind Clan - Powhatan Sheewanee Powhatan (1577-1635) & the daughter of the Chalakat...

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daughter of Tree Clan Chief (1581 - 1635)

Links Shawnee Heritage IV  By Don Greene.  Page 168

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Sheewa-a-nee, Chief Cornstalk (1577 - 1635)

Cornstalk Wind Clan - Powhatan Sheewanee Powhatan (1577-1635). Son of Chief Wahunsonacock Powhatan (1545-1618) & Nonoma Cornstalk (1562-aft 1618). Married, in 1597, to the daughter of the Chalakatha Tr...

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daughter of Turkey Clan Chief (1602 - 1679)

Links Shawnee Heritage IV  By Don Greene.  Page 168

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Turkey Clan Chief (deceased)

Links Shawnee Heritage IV  By Don Greene.  Page 168

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wife of Turkey Clan Chief (deceased)

Links Shawnee Heritage IV  By Don Greene.  Page 168

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Great Hopper (1620 - d.)

Links Shawnee Heritage IV  By Don Greene.  Page 168

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NN Cornstalk (1623 - d.)

Links Shawnee Heritage IV  By Don Greene.  Page 168

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Mekoche Woman MP (1665 - 1700)

----- Shawnee Heritage IV By Don Greene. Page 42, 43, 44

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Meshiskootashika "Big Red Man" MP (1660 - 1720)

----- Shawnee Heritage IV By Don Greene. Page 42, 43, 44

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John Renick (c.1772 - d.)

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James Renick (c.1774 - 1812)

From Moluntha's son, Spemica-Lawba, survived Logan's raid. He was brought back to Kentucky and raised by Benjamin Logan, eventually became known as Captain Logan.[4][5] Citations 4. Shelby ...

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Joshua "Chief Moluntha" Renick MP (c.1746 - 1786)

From Tecumseh in his speech to William Harrison on August 11, 1810: "We were told, if any white people mean to harm you, hold up these flags and you will then be safe from all danger. We did this i...

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Parker Vincent Adkins MP (1721 - 1794)

Parker V. Adkins married Mary Polly Fry about 1754 in Halifax County, Virginia. He participated in the Battle of Point Pleasant 1773 (where Bluesky and her family lived) and his name along with his son...

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Blue Sky "Mary" Cornstalk MP (1748 - c.1775)

--- --- Chief Corn Stalk [aka Wneypuechsika, Keightughquah -which signified a blade or stalk of maize; - - b about 1710 in Greenbrier County,Western PA d 11 Nov 1777 murdered by whites married ...

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Boling Kikpelathy "Long Hunter" Baker MP (1738 - 1812)

One of America's most romatic legends, the story of Princess Aracoma and British Soldier, Boling Baker. The story grew in Logan County, West Virginia around the authentic details of an incident in the ...

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Chief Cornstalk's wife / wives MP (deceased)

"Determining bloodlines descending from this great warrior can be challenging: One biographer contends that this polygamous chief had 8 wives, at least one of whom was a captive (Catherine Vanderpool S...

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Chalakatha woman (1765 - d.)

---  Shawnee Heritage IX By Don Greene.  

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John Wolf Cornstalk MP (1750 - 1834)

---  Chief Corn Stalk [aka Wneypuechsika, Keightughquah -which signified a blade or stalk of maize; - - b about 1710 in Greenbrier County,Western PA d 11 Nov 1777 murdered by whites marr...

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Chief John Black Wiley (deceased)

from Will the Real Jenny Wiley Please Tell Her Story! Mystery Mondays. Posted February 17, 2014 The story of Jenny Sellards Wiley is one of great Appalachian lore. She was a pioneer woman who with ...

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Pottawatamee woman (1754 - d.)

---- Shawnee Heritage IX By Don Greene.   Potawatomi tribe history The Potawatomi name is a translation of the Ojibwe "potawatomink" meaning "people of the place of fire." Similar renderin...

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daughter of William Jackson-Fish (1781 - d.)

---- Shawnee Heritage IX By Don Greene.  

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Black Wolf Cornstalk MP (1740 - 1796)

---  Chief Corn Stalk [aka Wneypuechsika, Keightughquah -which signified a blade or stalk of maize; - - b about 1710 in Greenbrier County,Western PA d 11 Nov 1777 murdered by whites marr...

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Nikkee Carpenter (1738 - d.)

---- Shawnee Heritage IX By Don Greene.  

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Katee Carpenter (1737 - d.)

---- Shawnee Heritage IX By Don Greene.  

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Chalakatha Woman (deceased)

---- Shawnee Heritage IX By Don Greene.  

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Blue Jacket MP (c.1735 - c.1809)

Blue Jacket or Weyapiersenwah (c. 1743 – c. 1810) was a war chief of the Shawnee people, known for his militant defense of Shawnee lands in the Ohio Country. Perhaps the preeminent American In...

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White Wing "Big Nancy" Cornstalk MP (c.1770 - 1843)

Sometime after "Little Nancy" was born, White Wing "Big Nancy" took her little girl with her and ran off to be with the warrior CHIEF Pukeshenwa Tecumseh. comments Tecumseh: A Life, 1999. The autho...

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Peter Cornstalk, II MP (1755 - 1828)

Chief Corn Stalk (1710-1777) married (2) Ounaconoa Muskrat (adopted Moytoy) by 1735 1/2 Shawnee-Cherokee. ---children-- Black Beard, Black Wolf, John Wolf, Peter Cornstalk-all 3/4 th Shawnee-Cherokee. ...

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daughter of Wewandochwalend (1744 - 1774)

---- Shawnee Heritage IX By Don Greene.  

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Sunfish Cornstalk (1742 - 1774)

Chief Corn Stalk (1710-1777) married (3) Julia adopted abt 1741 adopted Scot-Mulatto ---children-- Sun Fish & Elijah Cornstalk, Absalom, Abraham & Michael Ailstock-all 1/2 Shawnee-Black-Scot Metis, S...

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Elizabeth Cornstalk (1764 - d.)

---- Shawnee Heritage IX By Don Greene.  

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Chalakatha Woman (1755 - d.)

---- Shawnee Heritage IX By Don Greene.  

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Absalom Cornstalk (1750 - 1858)

Chief Corn Stalk (1710-1777) married (3) Julia adopted abt 1741 adopted Scot-Mulatto ---children-- Sun Fish & Elijah Cornstalk, Absalom, Abraham & Michael Ailstock-all 1/2 Shawnee-Black-Scot Metis, A...

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Margaret "Peggy" Cornstalk See (1764 - 1800)

husband and children unknown returned to whites in 1765 (not to be confused with Mary Cornstalk, daughter of Cornstalk (Elinipsico's father & Catherine Vanderpool See) who was also named Mary &...

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Black Beard Cornstalk (1735 - 1808)

--- Chief Corn Stalk [aka Wneypuechsika, Keightughquah -which signified a blade or stalk of maize; - - b about 1710 in Greenbrier County,Western PA d 11 Nov 1777 murdered by whites married (2) ...

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"Young Peter," Chief Cornstalk MP (1746 - 1833)

Also known as Young Cornstalk. 6th son of "Strongman" Chief Cornstalk (1710-1777) by his first wife, Helizikinopo Snake. Married a Chalakatha woman in 1766 to Elizabeth See, daughter of Frede...

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Mary "Polly" Petro MP (1761 - 1823)

I believe that Mary Petro See is not the daughter of Frederick Michael See but of Cornstalk (born 1710) (note by curator Mike van Beuren) -------------------- Find A Grave Birth: Dec. 29, 1761...

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Aracoma "Sky" Baker MP (1743 - 1780)

"Princess" Aracoma Sky Cornstalk parents: Keigh-tugh-quah, Chief Cornstalk (1710-1777) & Heliziknopo Birth: 1740 in Shawnee Nation,Ohio Death: 1780 in Logan County,West Virginia one of Amer...

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Nonhelema "Grenadier Squaw" Cornstalk (1718 - 1786)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Nonhelema Cornstalk Nickname(s): "The Grenadier" or "The Grenadier Squaw" Battles/war: Bushy Run Nonhelema (ca. 1720 – 1786) was a Shawnee chiefte...

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Catherine Vanderpool MP (1725 - 1808)

Catherine Vanderpool was born 30 Jun 1725 in Albany New York and died in 1808 in Coshocton, Ohio. She had moved with her daughter Margaret (See) Roach Robinson and family when Margaret's husband acquir...

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Mary Catherine Cornstalk MP (1748 - 1827)

Catherine See, born February 26, 1754 (sic: 1748) in South Branch, Augusta Co., Virginia; died April 23, 1827 in Hardy Co., Virginia. From Cornstalk’s Raid (31) These [the list of captives r...

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"a black slave woman" (deceased)

---- Shawnee Heritage II  By Don Greene.  Page 254

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"a Scots pioneer" (deceased)

---- Shawnee Heritage II  By Don Greene.  Page 254

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Julia Ailstock MP (1726 - 1755)

(3) Julia adopted abt 1741 adopted Scot-Mulatto Married Chief Cornstalk (1710-1777) abt 1741 in PA ---children-- Sun Fish & Elijah Cornstalk, Absalom, Abraham & Michael Ailstock -al...

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Meskwa-katee "Red Skirt" MP (1682 - 1725)

----- 1.↑ The Grenadier Squaw KNOW YOUR STATE, Greenbrier Independent, November 2,1962 By Phil Connelly, President Education Foundation, Incorporated Excerpt: Some time after this attack, th...

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Great Snake (1725 - 1795)

(1) Helizikinopo -Shawnee [likely a Mekoche], b abt 1715 PA d aft 1809 OH the names of her parents are not known, but her father was a Mekoche chief of the Snake clan, in high standing. Her brothers we...

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Green Snake (1717 - d.)

(1) Helizikinopo -Shawnee [likely a Mekoche], b abt 1715 PA d aft 1809 OH the names of her parents are not known, but her father was a Mekoche chief of the Snake clan, in high standing. Her brothers we...

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Mekoche chief, of the Snake Clan (1690 - 1745)

(1) Helizikinopo -Shawnee [likely a Mekoche], b abt 1715 PA d aft 1809 OH the names of her parents are not known, but her father was a Mekoche chief of the Snake clan, in high standing. Her brothers we...

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Big Snake (1720 - 1809)

(1) Helizikinopo -Shawnee [likely a Mekoche], b abt 1715 PA d aft 1809 OH the names of her parents are not known, but her father was a Mekoche chief of the Snake clan, in high standing. Her brothers we...

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Helizikinopo MP (c.1715 - 1809)

(1) Helizikinopo -Shawnee [likely a Mekoche], b abt 1715 PA d aft 1809 OH The names of her parents are not known, but her father was a Mekoche chief of the Snake clan, in high standing. Her brothers ...

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Savannah Tom "Moytoy III" Carpenter (c.1680 - 1711)

Savannah Tom Moytoy III Carpenter Click to view Savannah Tom Moytoy III Carpenter in the family tree View timeline for this person's branch of the family tree Savannah Tom was born in 1680 in Chota, ...

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Nancy, of the Shawnee MP (1664 - c.1732)

Nancy Blood: Chalakatha Member of the Wolf Clan Born 1664 in Running Water (Tennesseee) Married 1678 to Moytoy ll (Trader Tom Carpenter ll) Mother of: White Owl Carpenter-Raven (Moyto...

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Ounaconoa Muskrat MP (1716 - 1757)

(2) Ounaconoa Muskrat AKA Moytoy (1716 aft 1757). She was 1/2 Shawnee-Cherokee, the daughter of Swan-Wahehti Hop (Shawnee) & Oshaqua MUSKRAT (Cherokee). They had both been adopted by "Trader" Tom Car...

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James "Obediah" Howard MP (1660 - 1729)

Accepted father of Samuel though it can't be 100% confirmed. -------------------- "Francis Edward Howard (sic: Edward Howard) married Mary Chowan, and they had a son named James Obadiah (sic: have ...

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Okowellos Paxinosa "Hard-Striker" Whitefish, Chief Cornstalk MP (1672 - 1754)

Birth location, Colonial records of Pennsylvania, 1852 state: Edited by Samuel Hazard "Benjamin asked Paxnous whither he was going with his Family. He answered, to his Land at the Ohio, where he was ...

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Meaurroway (Straight Tail), Shawnee (1630 - c.1710)

This tree comes from the books: Green, Don with Schultz, Noel. Shawnee Heritage I. Second Edition. Published by Lulu.com. 2008. ISBN 978-1-4357-1573-8./ Green, Don. Shawnee Heritage II. First Edition, ...

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Chief Opechan Stream Cornstalk MP (1548 - c.1645)

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Locha Shawnee (c.1643 - c.1692)

Locha was born 1640 in the Shawnee Nation in southwest Virginia and died in 1692 in Great Tellico, Tennessee. She was of Chalakatha blood. Married: in 1659 to Trader Carpenter “Moytoy I&#x...

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Akulusska Ben Hokolesqua (1662 - 1777)

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Pride Carpenter MP (c.1615 - 1679)

• THOMAS PASMERE was well educated, but did not want to participate in the family business for other brothers and sisters were heavily involved. When but twenty years old, THOMAS departed Plymou...

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Pasmere Carpenter MP (1637 - 1696)

PASMERE CARPENTER b 1637 in Shawnee Nation, Virgina. d 1696 in Shawnee Nation, Pennsylvania. md HOKOLESQUA Shawnee-Metis in 1662 in Running River Village. b 1630 in Shawnee Nation, Virgina. d 1681 in S...

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Nonoma Winauske Cornstalk MP (1630 - 1679)

Married her uncle Links Shawnee Heritage IV  By Don Greene.  Page 168

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Chief Hokolesqua Opecham "Stream" Cornstalk MP (1628 - 1695)

Links Powhatan Vann-Jernigan connection - southern-style Shawnee Heritage IV By Don Greene. Page 42, 43, 44

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Rachel Whitt MP (1761 - c.1846)

Rachel Skaggs (White name) was the daughter of Chief Cornstalk. By most accounts, she was Indian. When she was adopted into the colonists' family after his death, she was given the surname "Skaggs", ce...

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Standing Deer Bailey MP (c.1755 - 1775)

died in childbirth Links to James Red Wolf, she was Cherokee and died giving birth to her 4th child, leaving him to raise them. Married Ellinipsico Cornstalk, b. 1748, Shawnee Nation, OH ...

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Thomas Bailey Christian MP (1770 - 1854)

There is no confirmation of Thomas Bailey Christian's parentage. The assertion that he is the son of "a Cornstalk", meaning any one of the chiefs of the Shawnee, is unsubstantiated. Please do not merge...

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Outhowwa Shokka (1777 - d.)

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Elinipsico Cornstalk MP (c.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 Cornstalk Snake (Moytoy) (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 Owl Raven Moytoy Carpenter IV MP (1680 - 1741)

White Owl Raven 1680 - 1741 Husband of Anawaya Nancy Moytoy White Owl Raven was an Algonguin Infant when captured. He was adopted by the Cherokee Tribe and was raised by Woman Nancy, and was of ano...

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Nancy Nanye-hi Moytoy, Wolf Clan MP (1683 - c.1741)

Nancy Moytoy of the Wolf Clan (born ca. 1683) Daughter of Amatoy Moytoy 1683 - 1741 Nancy Moytoy of the Wolf Clan (born ca. 1683) was a member of the Cherokee/Shawnee Moytoy-Carpenter dynasty. She ...

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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 - 1694)

Cornstalk, Big Turkey aka Misahpelewa – 31/32nd Chalakatha-Shawano-Chalaka-Powhatan born about 1660 northwest TN/southwest VA-killed 1694 southwest VA – son of Cornstalk (4)-Hokoleskwa/...

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Chalakatha-Hopia woman (1664 - 1694)

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 War Chief MP (1755 - 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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Hokolesqua, Chief Cornstalk MP (1712 - 1777)

"It is better for us to die like warriors than to diminish away by inches. The cause of the red man is just, and I hope that the Creator who governs everything will favor us." Statement supposedly made...

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