A biography of the Cherokee chief who struggled to maintain his tribe"s independence and rights to its homeland.
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|Statement||Illus. by John Wagner.|
|Contributions||Wagner, John, illus.|
|LC Classifications||E90.R78 C55|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||118|
|LC Control Number||72112283|
Inskeep sets Jackson alongside the Cherokee leader John Ross in a nuanced dual biography that tells a compelling story of how democracy in the earlyth-century United States developed at the expense of Native American rights and land/5(2). John Watts (Cherokee chief) John Watts (or Kunokeski), also known as Young Tassel, was one of the leaders of the Chickamauga Cherokee (or "Lower Cherokee") during the Cherokee-American wars. Watts became particularly active in the fighting after the murder of his uncle, Old Tassel, by militant frontiersmen who attacked a band of delegates traveling to a peace . In John Ross, Cherokee Chief, Gary Moulton examines the life of the man who led the Cherokee people during the most trying and tragic period of their long history.5/5(1). Butch Walker has written an excellent biography on the great chief, which has been long overdue. Walker takes Doublehead from warrior to famous chief to shrewd businessman. Butch Walker has painstakingly researched all available material on the fierce Cherokee Chief Doublehead.4/5.
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