Chief Calvin W. McGhee
Title:
Chief Calvin W. McGhee
Atmore Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Chief of the Eastern Band of the Creek Nation - Atmore, Alabama. The Creek Indians live in the Poarch-Hedapadeda Settlement near Interstate 65. The chief has traveled extensively promoting the cause of the Eastern Band of the Creek Nation. He is now encouraging the ancient crafts and lore. His son Houston McGhee has a fine dance group who perform the Indian dances. Visit Horsebend National Park, Alexander City, Ala. Creek Museum


Eastern Band of the Creek Indian Nation, Poarch-Hedapadea Land Grant
Title:
Eastern Band of the Creek Indian Nation, Poarch-Hedapadea Land Grant
Atmore Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Shown here are Chief Clavin W. McGhee, Medicine Man McGhee, sub-chief Thundercloud, Brave Nighthawk, Princess Morning Star, with maidens Silver Moon and Evening Stars. The Creek (Muscogee) Indians of Alabama live on a land grant given their ancestors by Gen. Andrew Jackson. Lynn McGhee, a part-Indian scout, saved Gen. Jackson's life at the Battle of Horseshoe Bend in 1814, when Jackson took the land of the friendly Creeks who had fought with him against the Red Sticks or hostile Creeks. The land grant is to be theirs as long as the grass groweth and the water runneth. The Eastern Band of the Creek Indian Nation has two colorful ceremonial dance groups.



Eastern Band Of The Creek Indian Nation
Title:
Eastern Band Of The Creek Indian Nation
Atmore Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Eastern Band of the Creek Indian Nation Poarch-Hedapadea Land Grant Atmore, Alabama. Shown here are Chief Calvin W. McGhee, Medicine Man McGhee, sub-chief Thundercloud, Brave Nighthawk, Princess morning star, with maidens silver moon and evening star. The Creek (Muscogee) Indians of Alabama live on a land grant given their ancestors by Gen. Andrew Jackson. Lynn McGhee, a part-Indian scout, saved Gen. Jackson's life at the Battle of Horseshoe Bend in 1814, when Jackson took the land of the friendly Creeks who had fought with him against the "Red Sticks" or hostile Creeks. The land grant is to be theirs "as long as the grass growth and the water runneth". The Eastern Band of the Creek Indian nation has two colorful ceremonial dance groups.




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