Tomochichi was the chief of the Yamacraw Indians. He was their leader through the years 1644 and 1739.
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(to-mo-chi-chi') (c. 1644 - october-5, was a seventeenth century creek-people leader and the head chief of a creek-people town on the site of present day savannah-georgia.
Tomochichi, chief of the Yamacraw Indians, was the principle mediator between the native
Savannah, Georgia. Wright Square This is one of the oldest of the City's squares, laid out in 1733. It is on Bull Street between State and York Streets. It was originally called Percival
1739. the year 1739.
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