Two Mackintosh chiefs with their ladies at Moy, where The Mackintosh organized a Highland Industries Exhibition to coincide with his Clan Gathering in August 1964. The Mackintosh is standing in the centre, between his wife and the Creek chief's daughter. On the right is Waldo E. McIntosh, Principal Chief of the Creek Nation. His redskin name is Tustunuggee Micco, and his tribe numbers over 20,000, mostly in Oklahoma, where there is a McIntosh County. He descends in the direct male line from the mediaeval Captains of Clan Chattan, through Lachlan Mor Mackintosh of Dunachton (the Chief who died in 1606) and a natural son of the Jacobite Brigadier of the 1715 Rising, William Mackintosh of Borlum. His branch emigrated to America in the eighteenth century, and marrying into the Creek redskin nation, became their chiefs. Photograph and description from "The Highland Clans", by Sir Iain Moncreiffe of that Ilk, Bramhall House, London, 1967. Photo attributed to "The Highland News, Limited", Inverness.