Native American Catawba Nation
HistoryHistory of the Catawba Native Americans.
Extracted from: "A History of the Upper Country of South Carolina, Vol. II"
By John H. Logan... orig. Pub. 1910 & p14-17: Joseph Habersham, Historical Collections.
Native Americans South Carolina
The Catawba Native Americans
Catawba Chief's in 1795
(Catawba) Briton GEORGE, Revolutionary War Records
Census RecordsExtracted from: "Catawba, Native Americans"
by Jean W. STRINGHAM (Zojea@aol.com) Dated: Aug. 11, 1998 06:10:29 EDT;
1847 Census Dated: 29 Sep. 1847; The second census of The Catawba Indians giving the names of the people as follows.
1854 Census In 1854, the 91 Catawbas in North and South Carolina (84 in South Carolina).
1880 Census for Catawba Twp., York Co., South Carolina.
1900 Census for South Carolina, York County, Indian Reservation (Enumeration District #100)
Some LettersJim Patterson on April 24 & May 5th, 1877 Letters to the Governor, regarding Indian Agent for the Catawba Nation, listing several Catawba Nation representives.
Fort Mill, SC.Dated 01 Aug. 1900
Catawba Indians Will Be Remembered; Monument to Those Who Fought for the Confederacy; Dedicated at Fort Mill; Fifty Indians From Reservation Present; Speech by Ben Harris, Monument Town; Listine of Catawba Indians in the Civil War; Listing of 75 last of the Catawba Nation.
These records are part of the "History American Indian Profile©"
by Volume - I. Sarratt/Sarrett/Surratt Family Profile©|
Compiled and self Published in Jun. 29, 1993 by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. with the assistance of my late mother
Mrs. M. Lucille (WILSON) SARRETT (1917-1987) The SFA "Work-Books" were compiled by "General, Languages, Tribes, Treaties, Wars, How to Research NA Ancestors, Bibliographies". In 1996 I started "Up-Loading" this material on the Sarratt/Sarrett/Surratt Families of America (SFA)© site. ..prs
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