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Military and genealogical records of the famous Indian woman, Nancy Ward

by Annie Walker Burns

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Published by A.W. Burns in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cherokee Indians,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementAnnie Walker Burns
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF436.W33 B8
    The Physical Object
    Pagination258, 28 leaves
    Number of Pages258
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27025379M
    OCLC/WorldCa8542085

    Native American Women. Dolly Akers or Dolly Smith Cusker Akers (Ma – June 5, ) – First woman elected to the Tribal Executive Board of the Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation and the first Native American elected to the Montana Legislature.. Tammie Allen – (born ) – Apache Potter. Allaquippa – A Delaware woman sachem of this name lived. Indiana Genealogy. This state page of our website provides direct links to free Indiana genealogy databases and historical titles and information found on Indiana Genealogy, whether they exist on our site, or across the web. Indiana Black Genealogy. United States Slave Narratives. , African Americans in Indiana Directories.

      Sam Hicks (Jr.)M. Nancy Ward in TN By user Novem at Proof is:"Marriages of Rhea County,TN " by Edythe Racker Whitley pby Genealogical Publishing Co. The LDS records show that their first child,Andrew, was born in McMinn 26, Probably Levi was born in TN also since they did not.   Nancy Ward () was the last “Beloved Woman” of the Cherokees. She earned the “Beloved Woman” title after the Creeks tribe killed her husband, a warrior, during a skirmish. Fighting alongside him, Ward became enraged at the Creeks for his death, and she rallied the Cherokee forces to a decisive victory.

      The Wikipedia article on Nancy Ward has recently been changed to make her a full-blood Indian just like the Nancy in the musical play. Now her father was not a Indian trader named Ward, but a great Delaware warrior, named Fivekiller. Nancy actually had a series of cohabitations with white men, which probably produced seven children. is a free genealogical website devoted to discovering family connections of famous people to each other, and to helping those not-so-famous to connect to them as well.


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Nancy Ward: Military and Genealogical Records of the Famous Indian Woman of Tennessee Nancy Ward (Nanye-hi [One Who Goes About] c. ) was the most famous of Cherokee women. She held the title of Ghigau or Beloved Woman. This entitled her to sit on council meetings with the chiefs and to commute the sentence of any prisoner/5(7).

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Photocopied book. Faint text, photos or graphics. Text extends off page. Pages are over-cropped to capture content. Skewed text or : Nancy Ward: Military and Genealogical Records of the Famous Indian Woman of Tennessee, 3rd Edition, written by Annie Walker Burns in and edited and annotated by Henry Matthew Ward inis a facinating glimpse into this historical period for the Cherokee people.

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Additional Physical Format: Print version: Burns, Annie Walker, Military and genealogical records of the famous Indian woman, Nancy Ward. This book is written and compiled Nancy Ward book honor Nancy Ward, the famous Tennessee Indian Woman, and also to honor my father James Abraham Walker, who carved the statue of her, [sic] though a real sculputer [sic] might call it crude, it was hi interpretation of how she is supposed to have looked, according to historians and also descriptions were.

Nancy Ward: Military and Genealogical Records of the Famous Indian Woman of Tennessee Nancy Ward (Nanye-hi [One Who Goes About] c. ) was the most famous of Cherokee women. She held the title of Ghigau or Beloved Woman.

This entitled her to sit on council meetings with the chiefs and to commute the sentence of any prisoner. Nancy Ward: Military and Genealogical Records of the Famous Indian Woman of Tennessee, Third Edition.

Nancy Ward (Nan’ye hi) c.was titled the Ghighua or Beloved Woman of the Cherokee. As such, she had the right to sit on council meetings and to commute sentences of death.

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Military and Genealogical Records of the Famous Indian Woman Nancy Ward. Typescript, FHL US/CAN Film Item 2. Ward - Clemmer, Sudie, J.D. Clemmer, and George F. Mellen. Nancy Ward and the Hildebrand Family of Polk County, Tennessee: Reprinted Newspaper Clippings from the J.D.

Clemmer Scrapbooks. Benton, Tenn. NANCY WARD (PRETTY WOMAN, BELOVED WOMAN, PROPHETESS) OF EARLY TENNNESSEE By Annie Walker Burns P.O. Box Apex Station Washington 4, D.C. written about The following is the introduction to the book Military and Genealogical Records of the Famous Indian Woman of Tennessee: Nancy Ward by Annie Walker Burns.

Nancy Ward: Military And Genealogical Records Of The Famous Indian Woman Of Tennessee, 3rd Edition by. Nancy WARD. A noted halfbreed Cherokee woman, the date and place of whose birth and death are alike unknown.

It is said that her father was a British officer named Ward and her mother a sister of Ata-kullakulla, principal chief of the Nation at the time of the first Cherokee :   Nancy Ward was a respected woman among the Cherokees and the white settlers.

She was an outspoken supporter of peace. On at least two occasions she sent warnings to white settlements of impending Indian attacks, for fear that surprise attacks would further erode the strained relationship between the Cherokees and the : Christina Berry.

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Military and genealogical records of the famous Indian woman, Nancy Ward. Navajo Springs, Colorado Ute Census, Nancy Ward, original name Nanye’hi, Cherokee title (from ) Agi-ga-u-e (“Beloved Woman”), (born c. probably at Chota village [now in Monroe county, Tenn., U.S.]—diednear present-day Benton, Tenn.), Native American leader who was an important intermediary in relations between early American settlers and her own Cherokee.

Is this your ancestor. Compare DNA and explore genealogy for Nancy (Cherokee) Ward born abt. Chota, Blount, Tennessee died Polk, Tennessee, United States including research + descendants + 1 photos + 15 genealogist comments + questions + DNA connections + more in the free family tree community.

This photo was taken by Judge Burton Jones and is on the cover of the book Military and Genealogical Records of the Famous Indian Woman; Nancy Ward.

by Annie W. Burns "General Joseph Martin, from Virginia, was appointed Indian Agent to the Cherokees. Having much in common with Bryant Ward, they became close friends.General Links and Dawes Commission Records Native American Records at Ancestry these require payment.

U.S. Indian Census Schedules, includes online digitized census images from National Archives Microfilm Publication M ; U.S. Native American Enrollment Cards for the Five Civilized Tribes, ("Dawes Rolls") from National Archives Microfilm Publication M; The .Dr.

Emmet Starr (), Cherokee physician, descended from Nancy Ward through both his father and mother, did a study of her life and descendants in the 's and early 's. Dr. Starr felt that her name was originally "Na-na" or "No-na" and figured her year of birth as