Principal Chief is today the title of the chief executives of the Cherokee Nation, of
the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, and of the United Keetoowah Band of ...
The Second Chief of the Western Cherokee, or Old Settlers. He was a delegate in
charge of the Cherokees who went to Washington with Sam Hosutin in ...
Cherokee Nation Chiefs in Early Times (partial list) These Chiefs served in the
Cherokee Nation East. Historically, there were tribal town chiefs, and then ...
From 1800 to 1866, at one time or another, there were no less than six distinct
groups of Cherokees, each with its own governmental organization, its chiefs, ...
A listing of Cherokee Nation Principal Chiefs from The Trail of Tears era until
today, as voted by the Cherokee People.
Oconostota, the great Cherokee War Chief, was just coming into prominence. He
did not accompany the delegation to England, but his brother, Kitegiska the ...
Oct 4, 2013 ... A noted Cherokee chief and leader of one of the first bands to establish
themselves permanently on the west side of the Mississippi. At the head ...
1 - Amatoya Moytoy of Chota (pronounced mah-tie) was a Cherokee town chief of
the early eighteenth century in the area of present-day Tennessee. He held a ...
Dec 3, 2013 ... William H. Thomas, and the most prominent chief in the history of the East
Cherokee, although, singularly enough, his name does not occur in ...
Nov 15, 2004 ... A TribalPages.com Family Tree genealogy website researching Smith, Adair,
Drew, Buffington, Hildebrand, Fields, Welch, Sanders, Timberlake ...