Appletons' Cyclopædia of American Biography/Micconopy

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MICCONOPY, Indian chief, b. about 1786; d. in Fort Gibson, Ark., in January, 1849. He was head chief of the Seminole Indians, and commanded in person at Maj. Francis L. Dade's defeat on 28 Dec., 1835, and also with Osceola (q. v.) at the Ouithlacoochie in 1836, but was opposed to the war, and surrendered in December, 1837. His name signifies “pond king.”