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Nancy Ward and the Hilderbrand family of Polk County, Tennessee : reprinted newspaper clippings from the J.D. Clemmer scrapbooks

selected by Sudie Clemmer
Books/Monographs/Book on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1975
on 1 microfilm reel : ill. ; 35 mm.

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Microreproduction of original published: Benton, Tenn. : Polk County News, 1962. [13] leaves (1 fold.).

Contains copies of articles from Tennessee newspapers about Nancy Ward, the Cherokees Indians in Tennessee, and the Hilderbrand family. Articles are by J. D. Clemmer, Dr. George F. Mellen [et al.].

John Hildebrand, an experience miller, was hired by the government in 1782 to build and operate a mill for the Cherokees in the present Polk County, Tennessee. He was a widower with five children at the time. He married as his second wife, a Cherokee woman named Susannah Woman Catcher, or Woman Holder. They had four children. Two of John Hildebrand's sons, by his German wife, married granddaughters of the famous Cherokee woman, Nancy Ward. Descendants listed lived in Tenneesee and Oklahoma.

Nancy Ward, a descendant of the great Cherokee chief, Oconostata, was the daughter of Sir Francis Ward and his Cherokee wife, Tame Doe. She was known as "the Pocahontas of Chota" or "the Pocahontas of the West" because of he intervention on behalf of white settlers.

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