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Southern Cherokee Nation of Kentucky - Wikipedia

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The Southern Cherokee Nation of Kentucky (SCNK) is an unrecognized tribe based in Kentucky. Members of the SCNK claim descent from the Cherokee forcibly removed to Indian Territory in 1838 ... The C...

Kentucky Indian Tribes and Languages - Native language

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Other Indian tribes, bands and communities remaining in Kentucky today include: * Southern Cherokee Nation of Kentucky: 7919 Pleasant Hill Road Henderson ...

Henderson History Henderson County KY Community

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There is little of the hurly-burly that usually characterizes the larger towns. Henderson gives the impression of being uncrowded and unhurried as though resting ...

Mound Builders - Henderson County Kentucky American History ...

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The beautiful mound upon which is situated Henderson's Temple of Justice, has ... conducting the search, are quite of the opinion that this was never an Indian ...

Indian Mounds - ExploreKYHistory - Kentucky

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The Indian mounds constructed in what became Kentucky are believed to have been built by the Adena Culture, a prehistoric people who antedated the Native ...

American Indians in Henderson County | Henderson Heritage

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American Indians in Henderson County. The following information was obtained from archaeologists, archaeology journals and reports, and many other sources ...

Kentucky Tribes - Native American SuperSite!

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Nov 20, 2006 ... Kentucky Native American Indian tribes, nations, bands, rancheria, pueblo, ... Southern Cherokee Nation of Kentucky ... Henderson, KY 42419

Indian Grave Yard - TreasureNet

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I believe these to be Indian, but who knows what lies buried under these rocks? ..... citizens of the Great Hill located in Henderson Kentucky.

Indians of Kentucky Genealogy - FamilySearch Wiki

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Jun 25, 2016 ... Introduction. The most prominent early Indian tribes in Kentucky were the Cherokee, Chickasaws, and Shawnee. Most of these tribes were ...

Henderson County, Kentucky Genealogy - FamilySearch.org

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Guide to Henderson County, Kentucky ancestry, family history, and genealogy birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, family history, and ...

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Boyett: CCC was excavating Indian mounds here in 1930s

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Dec 15, 2012 ... One of the largest mounds in Kentucky you've probably driven over hundreds ... " Henderson County has long been listed as one rich in Indian ...

History of Henderson | Henderson, KY - Official Website

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Read about Henderson, Kentucky's long and unique history. ... the $50,000 paid by the original land company to the Cherokee Indian in the Treaty of Watagua.

8 Archaeologist Discoveries In Kentucky May Surprise You

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Jul 21, 2015 ... The area covers Muhlenberg, Henderson, Butler, Ohio, and McLean Counties. 3. Indian Knoll. 3. Indian Knoll. Clio. This ancient community in ...