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The Cape Fear Indians were a small, coastal tribe of Native American who lived on the Cape Fear River in North Carolina Contents. [hide]. 1 Name and ...

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Cape Fear Indians were likely associated with North Carolina's eastern Siouan tribes, possibly the Waccamaw, but it is not clear whether they were independent  ...

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Nov 9, 2007 ... Although it was taken from an Algonquian area of North Carolina in Onslow County, it's possible the Cape Fear Indians kept dogs as pets, too.

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Come join us at the Arboretum for the 3rd Annual Native Plant Festival. Learn about what is native to the Cape Fear Region and get tips on what could...

nativeheritageproject.com/2012/06/12/cape-fear-machapunga-coree-tuscarora-and-mattamuskeet-indians

Jun 12, 2012 ... In his book, Tales and Traditions of the Lower Cape Fear, James Sprunt shares a story about the Cape Fear Indians beginning on page 54.

www.voicesofthesandhills.com/tribes/known-tribes.html

The Cape Fear Indians originally lived in the lower Cape Fear River basin in southeastern North Carolina. We do not know what they called themselves.

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Starting in 1732, Highland Scots moved into the Cape Fear backcountry. ... they found an abundance of land and resources unheard of in their native Scotland.

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Jun 9, 2013 ... Hilton was impressed with the Cape Fear country and, according to the custom of the time, he purchased the land from the natives in the name ...

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Many of the Cape Fear Indians were killed, died of disease, died in war with the Yamassee, and were eventually removed into South Carolina. The Cape Fear ...