Mary Caweya [Caweya-1]

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Me and some other Wikitreeers are decended from her, but she's a big question mark really. It is thought that she interpreted for the George Rodgers Clark  (militia?) during the French-Indian war with the indian tribes around Louisville to create a treaty with the local tribes enabling the English to strike north to Vincennes, Indiana Territory and upward toward Chicago and Detroit. If so she was the sort of the equivalent of Sacajaweha.
WikiTree profile: Mary Polly Caweya
in Genealogy Help by Richard Belcher G2G6 (7.4k points)
recategorized by Steve McCabe

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