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 ...
Oconostota, the great Cherokee War Chief, was just coming into prominence. He
did not accompany the delegation to England, but his brother, Kitegiska the ...
<sup>6</sup>Starr, Cherokee "West," 103-104. The custom of having three chiefs, peculiar to
the Arkansas branch of the tribe, has been attributed to the anxiety of the ...
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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 ...
Geni Project: Cherokee (ᏣᎳᎩ) Principal Chiefs and Uka: Eastern, Western and
Keetoowah. Chiefs (and Uka) of The Cherokee (Eastern, Western an.
Introduction to Chief John Ross of the Cherokee Tribe and the Trail of Tears.