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RARE PHOTO OF STAND WATIE-  The Cherokee Chief Stand Watie Is The Last Confederate General To Surrender In The Civil War  Picture at the Cherokee Heritage Center - This ambrotype is believed to be a younger Stand Watie and was printed in the book “Cherokee” by David G. Fitzgerald and Robert J. Conley.   Watie’s raids behind Union lines had distracted and delayed Union troops when they were badly needed at battles. In retribution, the U.S. punishes the Cherokee and peoples of othe...

Degadoga (aka He Stands, aka Isaac S. Watie, aka Brigadier General Stand Watie) the son of Oowatie and Susanna Reese - Cherokee - before 1871

Joseph Vann, the son of Cherokee chief James Vann, inherited his father's Spring Place Plantation

Joseph Vann, the son of Cherokee chief James Vann, inherited his father's Spring Place Plantation ~ My cousin 5 times removed.

Mary "Polly Reno or Raincrow (4great grandmother) Born 27 April Tennessee Died 20 Jan 1904 Wharton Creek Arkansas. She traveled the trail of tears. Parents: Chief Joseph Raincrow and Susanah. Married Doctor Floyd Dotson of Tenn on 11 Nov 1830 Descendent of John Dodson Born 1571 Great Neck Yorkshire England wife Jane Eagle Plume daughter of Chief Eagle Plume of the Iroquois Nation. John was cousin to John Smith and Jane was cousin to Pocahontis

Polly Ann Raincrow, daughter of Minor Cherokee Chief Joseph Raincrow. She was my 4 times great grandmother. Yes, I'm Cherokee royalty.

Rev. Jesse Bushyhead - Cherokee - one of the detachment leaders on The Emigration From Georgia (Trail of Tears)

Jesse Bushyhead - Cherokee - one of the detachment leaders on The Emigration From Georgia (Trail of Tears)

Dennis Wolf Bushyhead - Cherokee - 1881

Engraving of seven Cherokee Delegates to London - 1730 Lithograph of Cherokee men who visited London with Henry Timberlake - 1762 Engraving of Austenaco - Cherokee - 1762 Colonel E.

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