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Welcome to Su San (ni)'s Page

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Su San (ni) of the Cheraw Tribe
Wife of Joseph Harrelson and possible relation of Whitefeather

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Cheraw
(Also called Sawra) Lived along the banks of the Great Pee Dee River in South and North Carolina, and also Virginia. They spoke the Siouan language. In 1534 the Cheraw first encountered the European People.

A few facts of the Cheraw Tribe
1600
Population 1,600

1715
Joined several other Tribes to fight against the Colonists and Traders

1730's

Some Cheraw joined the Catawba Tribe, others moved to Robeson County, NC & eventually formed the Lumbee Tribe


1759
Smallpox epidemic killed many of the remaining independant Cheraw

1768
Population 50-60

1768
Last recorded mention of Cheraw as a separate tribe

Present Day
Cheraw Tribe Extinct


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A Tribute To Our American Indian Heritage


Photos of some famous Indians from separate, yet distinguished Tribes. May the wrongs done to The People never be forgotten and may the memory of them live forever in our hearts.


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Ten Bears
Ten Bears
Comanche
Geronimo
Geronimo
Bedonkohe
Apache
Chief Joseph
Chief Joseph
Nez Perce
"I was born upon the Prarie where the wind blew free and there was nothing to break the light of the sun"
Ten Bears
Commanche
"When legends die, there are no more dreams. When there are no more dreams, there is no more greatness."

Anonymous
"I am tired of fighting. From where the sun now stands, I will fight no more"

Chief Joseph
Nez Perce
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