What Is a Female Indian Chief Called?

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There is no documented title for an Indian female chief. A chief in the Indian culture is a political officer who executed the will of a group of people who had exclusive rights. This person had judicial and legislative powers.
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In the early days of Jamestown and so forth, the Powhatan Indians as well as other used the name weroance as what they called the highest chief and leader. The weroance could even
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From what I've been able to find, the wife of an Indian Chief has no
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Chief is gender neutral. So, she'd still be called a chief.
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My husband is Chippewa. In the Saginaw band of the Chippewa tribe, the chief's wife has no special title. She's just called by her own name.
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