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The Catawba Indians : the people of the river / by Douglas Summers Brown.

Available copies

  • 19 of 24 copies available at SC LENDS.

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AHJ - Allendale Branch SC 970.1 BRO (Text) 34801990567894 Adult South Carolina Collection Available -
AHJ - Hardeeville Branch SC 970.1 BRO (Text) 34804990567922 Adult South Carolina Collection Available -
AHJ - Pratt Memorial Branch 970.1 BRO (Text) 34805990567903 Adult South Carolina Collection Available -
Anderson - Anderson Main Library SC R 970.3 Catawba; Brown Douglas (Text) 21094305 Adult SC Archives Storage -
Anderson - Anderson Main Library SC R 970.3 Catawba; Brown Douglas (Text) 21788849 Adult SC Reference Available -
Anderson - Anderson Main Library SC R 970.3 Catawba; Brown Douglas (Text) 22242549 Adult SC Non-Fiction Available -
Anderson - Anderson Main Library SC R 970.3 Catawba; Brown Douglas (Text) 22542658 Adult SC Archives Storage -
Beaufort - Beaufort Branch 970.457 BRO (Text) 0530100223458 Adult Non-Fiction Available -
Beaufort - Beaufort District Collection 970.457 BRO (Text) 0530100142765 Beaufort District Collection - Reference Available -
Calhoun - Main Library S.C. 970.3 BRO (Text) 30102990155333 South Carolina Room Available -
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Record details

  • Physical Description: viii, 400 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, maps, portraits ; 24 cm
  • Publisher: Columbia, S.C. : University of South Carolina Press, 1966.

Content descriptions

Bibliography, etc. Note:
Bibliography: p. 366-373.
Formatted Contents Note:
The people of the river -- Their origin-meaning and tradition -- The white intruders -- New friends and old foes -- The path and two pathfinders -- Trade breaks the barrier -- The turbulent times -- The implacable enemies -- Allies against the French -- The young warrior and King Hagler -- Allies in the Revolution -- The decline of the nation -- The last treaty-1840 -- The dispersion of the nation -- The recovery of the Catawbas -- Independence and enlightenment.
Summary, etc.:
This history is concerned primarily with the tribes and fragment of tribes of Siouan lineage who inhabited the Catawba-Wateree-Santee River basin, principally the Catawbas. It traces these Indians from the time the white man first appeared on southeastern shores, ending with the remnant that now lives on The Reservation near Rock Hill, South Carolina. --book jacket [2]
Subject: Catawba Indians.
Indians of North America > South Carolina.
Authors, American > South Carolina.

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