Her Indian name was Nanye'hi. In English it became Nancy. But she was best known as "Beloved Woman," a Cherokee title of special honor meaning that she sat in the tribal councils, that her words would be heeded. And her voice was heeded. Born in the 1730s, this unusual Indian woman did much to help her people, and to assist the Americans in their fight for independence.
A brief biography of the eighteenth-century Cherokee Indian woman who did much to help her own people and to assist the colonists in their fight for independence.
Hardcover Binding: 89 pages