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Chief Dragging Canoe "Tsiyugunsini" Attakullakulla
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Birth: 1734
Sweetwater
Monroe County
Tennessee, USA
Death: Mar. 1, 1792
Old Sweetwater
Monroe County
Tennessee, USA

Chief Dragging Canoe Tsiyu Gansini
Adopted son of Attakullakulla & Nione Ollie
Spouse Ailsey U'ga'lo'gv Nelly Pathkiller
Daughter of Chief Nunna'hi-dihi Samuel Pathkiller & Sukey Martin Dragging Canoe Dragging Canoe, Cherokee War Chief born 1733 Overhill Settlements (Otari),Monroe Co. TN died March 1,1792 Lookout Town, Tennessee.It was said that Dragging Canoe danced all night in a spiritual dance called the Ghost Dance and that he had a high fever and had been ill for sometime and on March 1, 1792 he entered into the great spirit world...

Dragging Canoe grew up around the Cherokee leaders but he also lived near Fort Loudon where he became friends with John Stuart. Captain Stuart was a soldier at Fort Loudon who was adopted by Attakullakulla and who later became Superintendent of Indian Affairs.John Stuart left for Keowee and took Dragging Canoe with him on his journey to Ft. Prince George.John Stuart was also given the name Bushyhead by the Indians for his thick blond hair.
Chief Dragging Canoe was born 1734 in Over-hill Settlements, Monroe, Tennessee, USA He died in Lookout Town, Tennessee, USA Dragging Canoe died in March 1792 at Running Water where he was buried. This village was near the present Hale's Bar below Chattanooga Running Water, the mountain stream, which continues to bear its old name.



Nellie Pathkiller (U Ga Lo Gv Leaf) is the daughter of Chief I Pathkiller and Cherokee Indian Peggy,She was born 1734 in Alabama.She died 1790 in , Cherokee, Georgia, USA

Chief Dragging Canoe and Nellie Pathkiller (U Ga Lo Gv Leaf). Their 6 children

1. Little Dragging Canoe, He was born 1745 in , , Tennessee, USA,He died 1836 in Span, Johnson, Georgia, USA
2. Talotiskee Canoe,He was born 1782
3. Gi Yo Sti Canoe,She was born 1770
4. Eyoostee Canoe
5. Crying Snake Canoe
6. Little Owl Doe,He was born 1753
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Dragging Canoe born abt 1734, The Overhill Settlements (now Monroe Co., TN); died 1 MAR 1792, Lookout Town, TN

Father: Attakullakulla or Attacullaculla
Mother: Ollie Ani'-Wa'Ya
Spouse: Leaf
Children noted above
1. Little Young Dragging Canoe
2. Little Young Owl Doe
3. +Sarah Canoe

Links: Dragging Canoe History

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dragging_Canoe

http://grundycountyhistory.org/05_Res/Native/OUR%20CHEROKEE%20HERITAGE.pdf

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Family links: 
 Parents:
  Little Carpenter Attakullakulla (1708 - 1778)
  Nionne Ollie Oconostota Attakullakulla
 
 Spouse:
  Nelly Ugalogv Pathkiller Attakullakulla (____ - 1790)*
 
 Children:
  Sarah Naky/Nakey Canoe Ward (1765 - 1850)*
 
 Siblings:
  Mary Attakullakulla**
  Unknown Attakullakulla*
  Alexander Cameron (1730 - ____)*
  Dragging Canoe Attakullakulla (1734 - 1792)
  Occunna Badger Hop Attakullakulla Akumneh (1738 - 1804)**
  Little Owl Attakullakulla (1740 - ____)*
  Ollie Mollie Attakullakulla (1744 - ____)*
  Ooskiah Ooskuah Oskuah Attakullakulla (1746 - ____)*
  Tahchee Attakullakulla (1748 - ____)*
  Lila Concene Attakullakulla (1755 - ____)*
  Teaskiyargi Tuskingo Attakullakulla (1755 - 1829)*
  Wurtagua Paintclan Attakullakulla Watts (1756 - ____)*
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
Unknown
 
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Originally Created by: Barbara Guthrie Prather
Record added: Jun 26, 2009
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Chief Dragging Canoe Tsiyugunsini Attakullakulla
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-Anonymous
 Added: May. 27, 2014
Just found another member of my family thru the Carters. Thanks for leaving such a rich history foe the rest of us!
- Collin-Bettie Rogers
 Added: Dec. 22, 2013

- herb & Cindy
 Added: Jan. 25, 2013
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