TITLES OF NOBLES
When a Brave has won 24 honors in either Lodge, according to the Standard of Honors, he may claim the title of Sagamore
He that has won 24 grand honors becomes a Grand Sagamore.
He that has won 48 honors becomes a Sachem.
He that has won 48 grand honors becomes a Grand Sachem.
All Sachems and Sagamores sit in the Council of their Tribe without election, and by right of their honors. But
- During the thirteen years since the Order was founded only eighteen have won the Sagamore's Crown, viz.:
Sagamore Plenty- Coups, 1905 (Douglas A. Miller, of Greenwich, Conn.) Sagamore Deerfoot, 1906 (Loraine M. Wood, of Rutherford, N.J.) Sagamore Deerslayer, 1906 (Willis R. Monroe, of Cos Cob, Conn.) Sagamore Silver-Fox, 1908 (S. Miller Jordan, of Rutherford, N.J.) Sagamore Kingbird, 1910 (James F. Gilkinson, of Middletown, Conn.) Sagamore Eagle-eye, 1912 (Geo. L. White, of Cos Cob, Conn.) Sagamore Little Thunder, 1912 (Albert E. Finiels, of Cos Cob, Conn.) Sagamore Little Beaver, 1912 (Richard L. Burdsall, of Port Chester, N.Y.) Sagamore Karonawa, 1912 (Paul Cecil Spofford, of Port Chester, N.Y.) Sagamore Ningonit, 1912 (Edward D. Graber, of Greenwich, Conn.) Grand Sagamore Migwanag, 1913 (Lewis F. Hall, of Bridgeport, Conn.) Sagamore Onjima, 1913 (Alexander P. Leverty, of Bridgeport, Conn.) Sagamore Moskuas, 1914 (Clive C. Day, of Summit, N.J.) Sagamore Rolling Thunder, 1914 (James C. Maples, of Port Chester, N.Y.) Sagamore Little Eagle, 1914 (Samuel Comley, of Port Chester, N.Y.) Sagamore Kijika, 1914 (Richard A. Reynolds, of Bridgeport, Conn.) Sagamore Wapoos, 1914 (Robt. G. Hull, of Bridgeport, Conn.) Sagamore Airtalk, 1914 (Clifford Appleton, of Bridgeport, Conn.)