The Kituhwa are the original Cherokee people (the principle people). It is an important ancient Cherokee settlement formerly upon the Tuckasegee River and extending from above the junction of the Oconaluftee River down nearly to the present Bryson City in Swain County, North Carolina. The name Kituhwa also appears as Kettooah, Kittoa and Kittowa although it is pronounced Ka-doo-wah. The people of this and the subordinate settlements on the waters of the Tuckasegee were known as Ani-Kituhwagi, which was extended to include the whole tribe. Keep in mind that the word 'Cherokee' is a white man's word and the correct pronounciation of the word Cherokee is Tsalagi (ja-lah-gee).
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