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Catawba people

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The Catawba — also known as Issa or Essa or Iswä but most commonly Iswa are a federally recognized tribe of Native Americans, known as the Catawba Indian Nation. They live in the Southeas...

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Aboriginally the Catawba lived in the southern Piedmont between 34° and 36° N and 79° and 82° ... When Europeans arrived, the Catawba bordered on the Cherokee to the west, the Cheraw, ..... Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.

Catawba and Northern Trail Genealogy - FamilySearch Wiki

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Dec 22, 2015 ... The first European colonists settled in counties along this trail as follows: ... (North Carolina) where it joins the New River and Southern Trail in ...

Native American Settlement of NC | NCpedia

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Indian tribes in North Carolina at European ContactMeasuring the ... The fates of the three largest Native American tribes—the Tuscarora, the Catawba, and the .... Carolina as settlers moved into the area from the southern part of Virginia.

History and cultural relations - Catawba - Countries and Their Cultures

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Ancestors of the historic Catawba probably migrated to the southern Piedmont ... When Europeans arrived, the Catawba bordered on the Cherokee to the west, ...

Expanding to the west: Settlement of the Piedmont ... - Learn NC

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North Carolina settlers from Europe or of European descent remained mostly in the ... But Piedmont rivers such as the Broad, Catawba, and Yadkin/ Pee Dee ...

The fate of North Carolina's native peoples - North Carolina Digital ...

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Although the first European explorers had introduced Old World diseases into the ... Various Siouan tribes, including the Yamasee, Catawba, Sara, Sugaree, .... disease had not yet swept through the southern Blue Ridge where they lived.

"The difference is about our land": Cherokees and ... - Learn NC

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The Indians had no natural immunity to many European diseases, including measles ... of 1776, the Cherokees planned attacks all along the southern frontier . ... Shortly before the Revolution, a reservation was established for the Catawba in ...

Early History | Catawba Indian Nation

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Before contact with the Europeans it is believed that the tribe inhabited most of the Piedmont area of South Carolina, North Carolina and parts of Virginia.

Native Americans of North Carolina | History of American Women

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Jun 21, 2008 ... At the time of the first European contact, North Carolina was inhabited by a ... The largest groups were the Cherokee, the Catawba, and the Tuscarora. .... That force attacked the Southern Tuscarora and other tribes in Craven ...

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History of Nations Ford — Catawba Riverkeeper Foundation

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The trail provided the Catawba Indians and other southern tribes with an access route for trade and ... The date of the first contact between the Catawbas and Europeans is unknown. .... (For more information on NC spill reporting, click here) .

The Blacksnake in Catawba Indian Art and Culture

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By the time of European contact, Catawba Indians had long tattooed the backs ... If the Indian is not a Catawba, he is certainly from one of the southern tribes that ...

Catawba Indians | NCpedia

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Jan 1, 2006 ... Catawba Indians are often referred to as the Catawba Nation, a term that describes ... above and below the present-day North Carolina-South Carolina border. ... and disruptive consequences of Euro-American frontier expansion. ... many Catawba converted to Mormonism and moved to southern Colorado, ...