David

Affiliation:

Six Nations

Nationality:

Haudenosaunee (Iroquois)

Occupation:

Chief at Onaquaga

Residence:

Onaquaga, NY

Biography:

David was a chief at the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) town of Onaquaga. Because Onaquaga was home to an array of tribes, it is unclear which tribe David belonged to most closely. He was likely an Oneida, but could have been a Tuscarora. His name is preserved in Anglo-American sources because he was signatory to a letter informing Eleazar Wheelock about the death of Joseph Woolley in 1765.

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