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Chief Dragging Canoe, 1732-1790, Chicamagua Cherokee.

Chief Tecumseh, Shawnee-March 1813 courageous in the face of extreme adversity, a man of utmost integrity, selflessness, loyalty and true leadership. He was born to be a force to be reckoned with and staked himself to the land until the end.

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Stranger in a Strange Land: The Wisdom Of Chief Tecumseh Of The Shawnee Nation

Sehoy Marchand, the Indian "princess" Wind Clan.  We descend from her granddaughter Sophie, sister to William Red Eagle Weatherford, who led the Red Stix against the White Stix and Andrew Jackson in the Creek Indian Wars.  Sophie's twins Rachel and Rebecca were born during the conflict.  Rachel is my direct ancestor.

Sehoy Marchand, the Indian "princess" Wind Clan. We descend from her daughter Sehoy ll, and granddaughter Rachel (twin Rebecca) born during the Creek Indian War.

Creek Names.  Sehoy is a recurring name for women in our Creek family tree.

Check out this site for an awesome picture of Creek Chief Native American. A picture of Creek Chief Native American from this famous Indian tribe. An illustrated history via this picture of Creek Chief.

Chief Red Eagle; Chief of the Poarch Creek Indians. My Great-Great-Great-Grandfather!

Chief of the Poarch Creek Indians. My Great-Great-Great-Grandfather!

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Edward Sheriff Curtis, self-portrait, Edward Sheriff Curtis (February 1868 – October was an American ethnologist and photographer of the American West and of Native American peoples.

Charismatic Shawnee chieftain, Tecumseh, "Shooting Star". Pledge to protect Native traditions & territory aware once their land was lost, their freedom would follow. opposiing  the sale of land from his belief that no Native or tribe, had a right to sell- give land without consent of all Aboriginals. Tecumseh was the ideal Indian chief. From Piqua Clan, intelligent, courageous, eloquent, concise & impressive, he was stand-firm chief focussed more on people than things.

Timeline: War of 1812 : PBS, Chief Tecumseh, Shawnee Indian chief (Killed at the Battle of Thames in Chatham, Ontario Oct

William Augustus Bowles (1763-1805), as a Native American Indian Chief - 1790 -  Thomas Hardy / Bowles was born in Maryland in 1763. He joined the British forces in America at an early age, but was dismissed from his post. He took refuge with the Creek Indians, learned their language, married a chief’s daughter, and lived the life of an adventurer. The unorthodox and romantic dress he wears in the portrait is illustrative of this unconventional life.

Thomas Hardy - Portrait of William Augustus Bowles (Estajoca), an Indian Leader, c.

James Pierson Beckwourth (April 6, 1798 – October 29, 1866) was an American mountain man, fur trader, and explorer. An African American born into slavery in Virginia, he later moved to the American West. As a fur trapper, he lived with the Crow for years. He is credited with the discovery of Beckwourth Pass through the Sierra Nevada (U.S.) Mountains between present day Reno, Nevada and Portola, California during the California Gold Rush years,...

James Pierson Beckwourth (April 1798 – October was an American mountain man, fur trader, and explorer. An African American born into slavery in Virginia, he later moved to the American West

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