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"Following the treaty concluded by Byrd and Randolph, many warriors rallied to the British standard, under such famous old chiefs as Attakullakulla (Little Carpenter), Outa cite (Judge Friend), Scollacutta (Hanging Maw), Ooskuah (Abraham), and Savanukeh (The Raven), and rendered valuable services in defending the extensive frontiers of Virginia, and also in the expedition against Fort Duquesne"1
1. Goodpasture, A. V. INDIAN WARS AND WARRIORS OF THE OLD SOUTHWEST, 1730-1807. Tennessee Hist. Mag. Publ. by Tennessee Hist. Soc. 1918, 4, 3–49. Pg.9
" The first division fell to the command of Dragging Canoe (Cheucunsene), of Mialaquo,57 who has been called a savage Napoleon;58 the second was entrusted to Abraham (Ooskuah), of Chilhowee, a half-breed chief who had fought with Washington on the frontiers of Virginia;50 and the third was under the Raven (Savanukeh), of Chota, who had served in the same campaign, but with little credit, having been detected in undertaking to palm off two white scalps brought from his own country, for trophies of an unsuccessful scout against the French.60 At this time there lived in Chota a famous Indian woman named Nancy Ward. She held the office of Beloved Woman, which not only gave her the right to speak in council, but conferred such great power that she might, by the wave of a swan's wing, deliver a prisoner condemned by the council, though already tied to the stake.61 She was of queenly and commanding presence and manners, and her house was fur nished in a style suitable to her high dignity. Her father is said to have been a British officer, and her mother a sister of Attakullakulla.62 Her daughter, Betsy, was the Indian wife of General Joseph Martin. She had a son, Little Fellow, and a brother, Long Fellow (Tuskegetchee), who were influential chiefs."2
2. Goodpasture, A. V. INDIAN WARS AND WARRIORS OF THE OLD SOUTHWEST, 1730-1807. Tennessee Hist. Mag. Publ. by Tennessee Hist. Soc. 1918, 4, 3–49. Pg.27.
The jstor link to this pdf is:INDIAN WARS AND WARRIORS OF THE OLD SOUTHWEST, 1730-1807. (Copyright, 1918, Albert V. Goodpasture.)