Waldo McIntosh

Waldo Emerson McIntosh

President Emeritus at Clan Mackintosh

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655 So First St, Dixon, California, United States

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Chief  - X Marks

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Board Member  - Oklahoma Historical Society

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Chief Waldo McintoshChief Waldo Mcintosh [Archive] - X Marks the Scot - A Kilted CommunityX Marks the Scot - A Kilted Community > General Kilt Talk > General Kilt Talk > Chief Waldo McintoshView Full Version : Chief Waldo Mcintosh"Waldo E. McIntosh, president emeritus of Clan Mackintosh (USA), Hereditary Chief of the Creek Nation, great grandson of Chief William McIntosh, Jr, who came to America from Scotland and married the Princess of the Creek Nation"As far as I'm concerned, he has done a great job of combining clothing from different cultures.

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Waldo Emerson "Dode" McIntosh was born in 1893 in Smith County, Tennessee.
He was a principal chief of the Creek tribe, the 14th member of his family to be chief, serving from 1961 to 1971. He served two terms as President of the Inter-tribal Council of the Five Civilized Tribes, was recognized as the Indian of the Year, and a member of the Board of Directors of the Oklahoma Historical Society. He was proud of both his Native American and Scottish heritage. As principal chief of the Creek Nation, he successfully sued the US government for almost $4,000,000 in reparations for land taken illegally in 1814. The list of his contributions to his tribe and the United States are numerous. He died on August 28, 1991, at the age of 98. Two more sons, Newman and Waldo, along with those on the 1890 roll, are found on the 1895 roll.

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His great-grandson, Waldo Emerson McIntosh (Tustennuggee Micco), served as principal chief of the Creek Nation from 1961 to 1971.His great-great-grandson Chinnubbie McIntosh (Hacoce), served on the Creek Council and as district judge until constitutional changes limited his participation.

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