Famous 
Native American Freemasons



 

Cherokee Lodge #21
Chartered November 7, 1848
Tahlequah, Cherokee Nation


Louis Annance
Leader of the Alnombak people of the Abenaki Nation



Nicodemus Bailey
Leader of the Tonawanda-Seneca


Louis Bennett
Track Star


Elias C. Boudinot
Leader of the Southern Cherokee during the Civil War



William Augustus Bowles
Adopted Leader of the Muskogee Confederation
Grandmaster of the Five Nations in 1790



Joseph Brant
Leader of the Kanienkehaka (Mohawk)



Samuel Checote
Leader of the Muscogee People


Joseph Clark
Rear Admiral  and War hero


George Copway
Ojibwe Leader and Literary Figure


Crazy Bull
Great Grandson of Sitting Bull


Philip DeLoria
Sioux leader and Episcopal Priest


Vine Deloria
Episcopal Priest and father of Vine DeLoria,Jr.


George Washington Finley
Leader of the United Peoria and Miami Tribe


Sam Gavin
Leader of the Choctaw Nation


Robert Jones
Merchant and Leader among the Choctaw



John Jumper

Leader of the Seminole Nation and Baptist Minister


John Konkapot
Chief of the Mohican Nation and Revolutionary War Hero


Basil La Flore
Leader of the Choctaw Nation


Lewis Deer
Mohawk Performer


Alexander McGillivray
Leader of the Muscogee


Carlos Montezuma
Leader of the Yavapai


Amos Oneroad
Leader of the Sioux and Presbyterian Minister


Arthur C. Parker
Scientist, Scholar and Literary Figure



Ely S. Parker



Peter Pitchlyn
Leader of the Choctaw Nation


Opothle Yahola
Leader of the Muscogee Nation and Civil War Hero



Pushmataha
Leader of the Choctaw Nation


Red Jacket
Seneca Leader and leader of Six Nations of the Iroquois



John Ridge
Leader of the Cherokee Nation and Advisor to the Muscogee




Will Rogers
American Humorist and Philathropist


John Ross
Leader of the Cherokee



William P. Ross
Leader of the Cherokee Nation


George W. Stidham
Leader of the Muscogee


N.T. Strong
Leader of the Seneca Nation


Tecumseh
Shawnee Leader of Pan Indian religious resistance movement



Charles Tyndall, Jr.
Representative of Omaha Nation to Indian Service Bureau


David Vann
Leader of Cherokee Nation



Stand Watie
Leader of Cherokee Nation and
canonized as the last Confederate General to Surrender



John Wautuquant
Leader of the Mohican


Eleazar Williams
Leader of the League of the Iroquois

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Source for most of the above:
William R. Denslow, Freemasonry and the American Indian,
(St. Louis: Missouri Lodge of Research, 1956).

Note: If you know of any additions or see need for any corrections in citations
or language, please feel free to contact me at pnm3r@virginia.edu