1780 Sevier burned.
Where: 34.99583,-85.595 Nickajack
Maps: [map notes]
- Cherokee Prayer Initiative:
Cherokee Prayer Site Guide. Also found here. See site 625
X 625. Nickajack
(SW) S. Bank of Tennessee River, Marion County, TN
Established as Lower Town 1774
Near Great Crossing of the Tennessee River where Creeks crossed into TN (HC)
Burned by Sevier's men 1780 (AT)
641. Taskigi (Tuskeegee?)
(SW) N. Bank of Tennessee River just below Chattanooga
originally occupied by Tuskegee tribe (SW)
1937 Cherokee Country Map– Tuskeegee
Founded in 1776 by Bloody Fellow– included Brown's Valley and Williams Island (Rozema, Footsteps of the Cherokee, pp. 79)
1937 Cherokee Country Map (found here on different website). – Tuskeegee.
Historical Notes on the Cherokee People, Linda Fulmer. Also see here.
[SW] John R. Swanton, The Indian Tribes of North America, 1952
Emmett Starr,History of the Cherokee Indians and Their Legends and Folk Lore ,1921. Click on icon in u.r.h. corner to download pdf.
[AT] J. G. M. Ramsey, Annals of Tennessee, 1853, reprint 1967
[F] Vicki Rozema, Footsteps of the Cherokees, a Guide to the Eastern Homelands of the Cherokee Nation, 1954.
- CPI Map: Chickamauga Cherokee Sites around Chattanooga, TN #625, #641.
- CPI Map: Cherokee Sites in NW Georgia and NE Alabama. #625, #641. Large.
Confidence level:: See above.