- The Descendants of Thomas White of Marblehead
The descendants of Thomas White of Marblehead, and Mark Haskell of Beverly, Mass. With a brief notice of the Coombs Family. Compiled by Perley Derby, Salem, Mass
I also added the following tribal pages:
- The Kan-hatki Tribe
The history of the Kan-hatki or Ikan-hatki ("White ground'') is parallel with that of the Fus-hatchee.
- The Wiwohka Tribe
According to tradition, Wiwohka was a made-up or "stray" town, formed of fugitives from other settlements, or those who found it pleasanter to live at some distance from the places of their birth.
- The Kealedji Tribe
According to native tradition this was a branch of Tukabahchee, but, if so, it must have separated at a very early date. Gatschet says that the name appears to refer to a warrior's headdress, containing the words ika, his head, and a verb meaning to kill (iłäidshäs, I kill) .
Judy added the following:
- Indians in the 11th (1890) Census of the United States
From Indians in the United States Ethnographically Considered to Review of Policy in Indian Affiars
She also updated the following pages: