I take it that p.447 was dated about 1760 in your undermentioned article :
"........The Indian trader James Adair moved his operations to the village of Piomingo in north Mississippi around 1745.
Most of his arguments involving similarities between the Indians and Jews were based on information he received in Chickasaw country when he later wrote his History of the American Indians there in the 1760s.
He says on page 447, “I have the pleasure of writing this by the side of a Chikkasah female, as great a princess as ever lived.” (date ?.....)
Here we have explicit mention of the first Jewish (??) American Indian Princess!
Adair noted that there were already adults who were octoroons, or one-eighth Indian. This would necessarily mean that the first Indian-white intermarriage occurred three generations before about 1680, allowing 20 years per generation......"
Would you be able to tell us whether Nancy Litefoot was sister of Dorcas Doublehead who m. Duncan. Would he James Adair have been referring to a Moytoy princess ?
I believe in 1760 Capt. James Adair was at a Fort in VA. (refer articles on Glen and Lyttleton / Littleton) and was paid 200 pounds.