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Cherokee Nation Family Tree Surnames List
Acorn
Adair
Baldbridge
Beaver
Beehunter
Bell
Benge
Big Acorn
Big feather
Big Halfbreed
Bigby
Bighead
Bird
Blackfox
Blankenship
Blevins
Bone Polisher
Bowles
Brandt
Broom
Brown
Bryson
Bryson
Bushyhead
Buzzard
Chisholm
Byrd
Candy
Canoe
Cat
Catawba killer
Catt
Chastain
Cheek
Chidaski
Childers
Chiltoskie
Chinaqua
Clark

Latest Version of
Cherokee Nation Family Tree Memorial Drawing 2002
Colston
Conrad
Corn
Cornsilk
Cornsilk
Corntassel
Cornwell
Crow
Crowe
Daugharty
Davis
Deer in the water
Deer in water
Doublehead
Downing
Dragging Canoe
Dreadfulwater
Drumgold
Duck
Fence
Fields
Fishtail
Fodder
Fox
Gist
Goin
Grass
Graves
Gravitt
Griffen
Griffin
Guess
Gunrod
Gunter
Halfbreed
Hawk
Hawkins
Hicks

Hildebrand
Hill
Hornbuckle
Howell
Jones
Juneluskih
Justice
Keener
Keys
Kingfisher
Kunokeskee
Lambert
Langley
Lasley
Lattimore
Locust
Lowrey
Mankiller
Martin
McDaniel
McElrath
Morgan
Moytoy
Murphy
Mush
Muskrat
Nettlecarrier
Nichols
Nicholson
Old Mush
Oostenaco
Ootsetsatah
Otter
Otterlifter
Owl
Panther
Parris
Pathkiller
Pettit
Proctor

Pumpkin
Puppy
Quinton
Raincrow
Raper
Ratliff
Redbird
Reese
Rice
Riley
Robbins
Rogers
Ross
Russell
Satterfield
Scott
Scraper
Sitting down
Situwakee
Smith
Smoke
Sour Mush
Squirrel
Standing deer
Standing turkey
Star
Starr
Still
Stillwell
Strickland
Swimmer
Tassel
Teekaneyeeskee
Tehe
Tesatesky
The Glass
Thornton
Thrower
Timberlake
Triplett


Vann
Wahteyoih
Walker
Walkingstick
Ward
Waterlizard
Watts
Whitepath
Womancathcer
Womanholder
Youngdeer
and many more
and more to be added.
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Proud Tsalagi Cherokee guided by the one God of mighty everlasting
Fom your hand this land we love, Oh we thank you lord
Lift our spirit high within your song of everlasting
From your hand this land we love, Oh we thank you lord

anyv atsalagi hequini wonalona nihonihonehi
gan wahihi itsiyeha atsiyahi
yanonaniha  quehiqwo kanyohisga
mvtahiinisgela atsiyehi

Why Oh please cannot our people live as one?
Oh it is all we should ever want
From your hand this land we love Oh we thank you lord

For it is all we should ever want
From your hand this land we love, Oh we thank you lord

wana yosamwa natsehanahitsihi tohi nohi gagwoniisketli   
ganohihi hisginela anitsela heniyiheya tsayiheyi

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Nanyehi was known as Nancy Ward. She is buried next to her son Fivekiller on a mound along the 411 highway in Tenneessee. She was the first known Cherokee woman activist. her gravesite
The above drawing contains over 50,000 Cherokee souls. The drawing itself spans over 400 feet wide and 38 tall at 1:1 scale. Plotted at 1/8 scale on Sailing mylar the connected sections span 50 feet wide. The names extens back to 1450 though 2010 and contains all the major chiefs of the Nation for as far back as records provide. Research for this document began in 1983 and continues today. The white spot on the right are the names of the civil war alone.
Researched and drawn by Quayane Oochetsatah between 1983 and 2010. The data herewith began from the letter's of Sequoyah which were willed to me by my great grandmother Belle. I spent between 1970 and 1983 teaching myself how


to read write and speak the Cherokee language to decipher the letter's and follow out what they told me to do. To know your past is to know your future, do you  know your's? BGC
What would you say if you met them in heaven? Peace?
Dohiyi!
Gohusdi