|Cateechee Chapter, NSDAR|
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Cateechee Chapter, NSDAR
Anderson, South Carolina
Organizied: January 28, 1899
Organizing Regent: Lulah Ayer Vandiver
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The name "Cateechee" is in commemoration of the noble Choctaw maiden, one of the spoils of war and a slave of the old Cherokee Chief Karuga, around whom tradition has woven this story of love and courage. She was called Issaqueena in Choctaw and Cateechee in Cherokee, both names meaning
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