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Chief Logan Elm Memorial-NonHelema 3D Model
Nonhelema Hokolesqua (c. 1718–1786) Born in 1718 into the Chalakatha (Chilliothe) division of the Shawnee nation and spent her early youth in Pennsylvania. Her brother Cornstalk, and her metis mother Katee accompanied her father Okowellos to the Alabama country in 1725. Their family returned to Pennsylvania within five years. In 1734 she married her first husband, a Chalakatha chief. By 1750 Nonhelema was a Shawnee chieftess[during the 18th century and the sister of Cornstalk, with whom she migrated to Ohio and founded neighboring villages. Nonhelema, known as a warrior, stood nearly six feet, six inches(198 cm). Some called her “The Grenadier” or “The Grenadier Squaw”, due to the large height of 18th-century grenadiers. Nonhelema had three husbands.
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