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The American Indian in North Carolina.

Author: Douglas L Rights
Publisher: Winston-Salem, J.F. Blair, 1957.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2d edView all editions and formats
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Rights, Douglas L. (Douglas LeTell), 1891-1956.
American Indian in North Carolina.
Winston-Salem, J.F. Blair, 1957
(OCoLC)607694796
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Douglas L Rights
OCLC Number: 1163509
Notes: "A publication of the Wachovia Historical Society."
Description: xx, 298 pages illustrations, maps (1 folded) portraits (on frontispiece and 110 plates) 24 cm
Contents: The Old North State --
The Indians Meet the Spaniards: De Soto's expedition; Exploits of Juan Pardo; Chicora --
The Indians Meet the English: Expedition of discovery; The First Colony; Hariot's narrative; The John White pictures; The Lost Colony --
Decline of the Coastal Tribes: The Algonquian stock; A Virginia expedition; George Fox preaches to the Indians; Subjection; Hatteras; Indians; Chowan; Weapomeiok; Machapunga, Bay River, Pamlico, and Coranine; Neuse Indians; Woccon; The Cape Fear Indians --
The Tuscarora: Iroquois of the Coastal Plain; De Graffenried's narrative; The Tuscarora War; More about De Graffenried; Defeat --
Discoveries of John Lederer --
A Trading Ford Tragedy --
Lawson's Long Trail --
The Dividing Line --
The Land of Eden --
Last Chronicles of the Piedmont Tribes: Saponi and Tutelo; The Occaneechee; Saura, Keyauwee, and Eno; The Saxapahaw; Cape Fear Indians; Catawba confederates; Lost tribes; Siouan tribes of the East --
The Catawba: Siouan survivors; King Haiglar; A Catawba legend; Catawba texts --
The Indians of Robeson County --
The Cherokee: Part I. Iroquoian stock of the Southern Mountains; The French and Indian War; The Cerhokee Nation; Bartram's travels. Part II. The Cerhokee War; Dealings with the United States government; The Cherokee removal. Part III. The Eastern Cherokee; Some prominent characters --
Sacred Formulas of the Cherokee: The cult of the Shamans; Origin of disease and medicine; Cherokee theology; Incantations --
Myths of the Cherokee: The Mooney collection --
Cherokee Games: Chungke; Ball play --
Notes on Indian Life --
Archaeology --
Indian Antiquities: Geology of North Carolina; Artifacts --
Supplement --
Index.

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