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Amatoya Moytoy Kanagaota Cherokee Indian 1

Birth:
1640 Cherokee, Cheatham, Tennessee, United States 2
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Death:
1730 Cherokee, Cheatham, Tennessee, United States 3
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Amatoya Moytoy Kanagaota Cherokee Indian's Family Relations

Mother
Pride Shawnee
1615 – 1679

Siblings
Amatoya Moytoy Chota
1660 – 1734
Amatoya Moytoy
1640 – 1730
Amotoya Moytoy
1640 – 1730
Tellico Moytoy
1640 – 1730
Taminad
1640 – 1734
Pasmere Carpenter
1637 – 1681
Tom Moytoy
1635 – Jan 1693
Amatoya Chota Moytoy
1640 – 1700
Trader Carpenter
1635 – Jan 1693
Old Hop Moytoy
1690 – 1 Aug 1761
Nancy Moytoy
1683 – 1741
The Pidgeon Moytoy
1687 – 1741
or Do Yo Sti Moytoy
1685 – 1736

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The Case of the Cherokee Nation Against the State of Georgia [microform] : Argued and Determined at the Supreme Court of the United States, January Term 1831 : With an Appendix Containing the Opinion of Chancellor Kent on the Case : the Treaties Between the United States and the Cherokee Indians : the Act of Congress of 1802, Entitled "an Act to Regulate Intercourse With the Indian Tribes, &c." : and the Laws of Georgia Relative to the Country Occupied by the Cherokee Indians, Within the Boundary of That State - Page 255

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APPENDIX. 247 [The Cherokee Nation vs. The State of Georgia.] reference to the character of his cestui que trusts. 4 Cranch, 306, 308. 5 Cranch, 91, 303. 8 Wheat. 642. But in equity he can file his bill by and on behalf of himself and the residue of the Cherokee nation, and duly authorised for that purpose as their head and representative, and be entitled to obtain any process that the merits of the case in the bill should warrant. It appears to me that no difficulty could arise in consequence of his appearing to act for himself and on behalf of the residue of the tribe, under due authorization. The character of a court of equity, and the free and liberal nature of its pleadings would not suffer any technical scruple to be interposed. Can any individual of the Cherokee nation, personally affected in his rights by the operation and execution of the act of Georgia, sue out such process, or maintain a suit for a personal injury produced in the execution of the act of Geor- gia; in the circuit court of the United States for the district of Georgia? This question has been essentially answered by the answer to the preceding question. The Cherokee Indians are aliens, and can sue in the federal courts the persons acting in execu- tion of the law of Georgia for an injury that is personal. I see no reason why such a suit should not be maintained at law for a trespass or tort, or by bill in equity, in case the cause of action …

The Case of the Cherokee Nation Against the State of Georgia [microform] : Argued and Determined at the Supreme Court of the United States, January Term 1831 : With an Appendix Containing the Opinion of Chancellor Kent on the Case : the Treaties Between the United States and the Cherokee Indians : the Act of Congress of 1802, Entitled "an Act to Regulate Intercourse With the Indian Tribes, &c." : and the Laws of Georgia Relative to the Country Occupied by the Cherokee Indians, Within the Boundary of That State - Page 269

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APPENDIX. 261 [The Cherokee Nation vs. The State of Georgia.] this convention on the north side of the Tennessee river, shall be settled by the United States in such manner as will be equitable, and will secure to the Chero- kees the title to the said reservations. Done at the place, and on the day and year first above written*. Signed and sealed by Henry Dearborn, secretary at war, and by sixteen chiefs and warriors of the Cherokee nation. Elucidation of the convention of Washington, of the 1th of January 1806 . Whereas, by the first article of a convention between the United States and the Cherokee nation, entered into at the city of Washington, on the 7th day of January one thousand eight hundred and six, it was intended on the part of the Cherokee nation, and so understood by the secretary of war, the commissioner on the part of the United States, to cede to the United States all the right, title, and interest which the said Cherokee nation ever had to a tract of country con- tained between the Tennessee river and the Tennessee ridge (so called); which tract of country had, since the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four, been claimed by the Cherokees and the Chickasaws; the eastern boundary whereof is limited by a line so to be run from the upper part of the …

Leaders and leading men of the Indian Territory : with interesting biographical sketches ... profusely illustrated with over two hundred portraits and full-page engravings (Volume 2) - Page 71

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THE CHEROKEES. 73 and as many times set at liberty, but the fourth time, lie and Dr. Butler were brought before the Superior Court of Georgia and condemned to four years of hard labor in the State Penitentiary. A special law had been passed, that all men residing on Cherokee lands in Georgia should take oath of allegiance to that State, or leave within a stipulated time. In refusing to abide by this law, Doctors Worcester, Butler and nine others, were arrested and con- demned. Among the number was a minister named Trott father of the Trott brothers, of Vinita, I. T.and a Cherokee named Porter. These two gentlemen, as well as Dr. Butler, were chained by the neck to horses, and in this manner marched to the penitentiary. On their arrival before the gates, pardon was offered to all, on condition that they would not again reside in the Chero- kee country. With this offer they all complied, except Doctors Worcester and Butler, who were thrust into prison. Although the United States Supreme Court decided that the missionaries should be at once set at liberty, yet they were not released until January, 1833 , the State at first refusing to give them up except at the point of the bayonet. Dr. Worcester died at Park …

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