Regrann from @olmecca.boukman - #Yamassee #chiefhadjo
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#deepsouth "Yamassee Nation's Bih (Mico) Se'khu Holam Hatchitulamiy Yamasi (Chief Hadjo)
Born August 25th, 1974 on Davis Island,Florida to Grandmother Kitischi Lajicho (Red Crow) grand daughter of Tuko-see-mathla his father is Geronimo Yimusi (Gentle) grandson of Aripuca / Abiaka Hadjo (Sam Jones)
Appointed by the Grandmothers of the ancient Yamassee Nation as (T'chobiy Mico / Bih) full blood lineal descendeant of former Chiefs of the Yamassee Indians, a historical tribe, Known for the Yamassee War of 1715, first seen in the early 1500's by Spanish explorers, and described by historical scholars as darker than the creeks, and the most fierce warriors.
Congressional records document the Yamassee being described as "Negro" descendants like most Indian tribes from that era. The Yamassee was proclaimed to be last seen in the Northern Florida and had become known as Seminole, from St. Augustine over to Pensacola, down to Miami and Central Florida of Ocala.
Mico Se'khu is a historical consultant of tribal Traditions, heritage & more!
Raised and still being taught by his family of Miccosukee Elders of his Tribe mostly the Grandmothers and Grand fathers, he is one of the few last Yamassee pure bloods, that has been taught their ways, secrets, language and hidden stories.
Chief Se'khu has a long list of direct family members listed on the Indian census rolls like Dawes & Miller" - #regrann