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Trahlyta Cherokee Indian Princess Gravesite Plaque.  Trahlyta Gravesite, Dahlonega, Georgia.  Read more......

Trahlyta Cherokee Indian Princess Gravesite Plaque. Trahlyta Gravesite, Dahlonega, Georgia. Read more......

Cherokee Legends of White Indians and Burial Mounds

Cherokee Legends of White Indians and Burial Mounds

Chief Junaluska. Warrior.   Born in the Cherokee Nation (near present day Murphy); adopted son of Yonaguska aka Drowning Bear. Massey Cemetery, Robbinsville, North Carolina.  Find A Grave

Chief Junaluska. Warrior. Born in the Cherokee Nation (near present day Murphy); adopted son of Yonaguska aka Drowning Bear. Massey Cemetery, Robbinsville, North Carolina. Find A Grave

New Echota, 1920. Reputed to be the grave of Chief Pathkiller, principal chief of the Cherokee Nation until his death in 1827. It is located in the cemetery for those living in New Echota. In 1825 New Echota was designated the capital of the Cherokee Nation. It is located northeast of Calhoun. via: Vanishing Georgia

New Echota, 1920. Reputed to be the grave of Chief Pathkiller, principal chief of the Cherokee Nation until his death in 1827. It is located in the cemetery for those living in New Echota. In 1825 New Echota was designated the capital of the Cherokee Nation. It is located northeast of Calhoun. via: Vanishing Georgia

County officials and members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians met Friday at the property to discuss what to do with the human remains...

County officials and members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians met Friday at the property to discuss what to do with the human remains...

Chief William Wayne Keeler.  Cherokee Indian Chief.  White Rose Cemetery, Bartlesville, Oklahoma.  Find A Grave

Chief William Wayne Keeler. Cherokee Indian Chief. White Rose Cemetery, Bartlesville, Oklahoma. Find A Grave

Chief Junaluska.   Born in the Cherokee Nation (near present day Murphy); adopted son of Yonaguska aka Drowning Bear. Married Wallee, who died on the Trail of Tears to western Indian Territory along with his children. Married Ni-suh. A warrior at the Battle of Horseshoe Bend in 1814, he saved the life of Andrew Jackson, an act that he publicly regretted in his later years. Massey Cemetery, Robbinsville, North Carolina.  Read more......

Chief Junaluska. Born in the Cherokee Nation (near present day Murphy); adopted son of Yonaguska aka Drowning Bear. Married Wallee, who died on the Trail of Tears to western Indian Territory along with his children. Married Ni-suh. A warrior at the Battle of Horseshoe Bend in 1814, he saved the life of Andrew Jackson, an act that he publicly regretted in his later years. Massey Cemetery, Robbinsville, North Carolina. Read more......

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