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The Tuscarora Language By Chief Elton Greene
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Contains a list of over 300 vocabulary items in the Tuscarora language. Text version available at: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Tuscarora-Language/ Chief Elton Greene, born 1889, was Sachem of the... More > Sand Turtle Clan, Tuscarora Indian Nation, Sanborn, New York. A tape recording of the vocabulary was deposited with the Bureau of American Ethnology at the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. http://www.amphilsoc.org/library/guides/indians/info/sound.htm ITEM#4062< Less
Tuscarora Vocabulary List By Various Authors
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This is a 3 page comparative vocabulary of several Native North American languages: Mandan, Blackfoot,Riccarree, Sioux, and Tuscarora. This a work in progress. The main purpose of the publisher is to... More > compile a list of Tuscarora words. Tuscarora words from other sources will eventually be added. The original list can be found in Volume II of George Catlin's two volume work published in 1841 called "Letters and notes on the manners, customs, and condition of the North American Indians : written during eight years' travel amongst the wildest tribes of Indians in North America, in 1832, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, and 39"< Less
Nottoway (Cherunhakah) Lexicon By W E Meuse
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Discover the Joy of Nottoway! It is indeed unfortunate that more of this mysterious, beautiful and powerful language did not survive until today. Though its speakers were never historically known... More > to number more than a few hundred, it evidently bore an uncanny resemblance to Proto-Northern-Iroquoian, once spoken by ancestors of all the Iroquois tribes. Strangely too, the Nottoway forms seem much more readily memorable than those in many other languages - even including those of its closest known relatives.< Less
Nottoway (Cherunhakah) Lexicon By W E Meuse
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Discover the Joy of Nottoway! It is indeed unfortunate that more of this mysterious, beautiful and powerful language did not survive until today. Though its speakers were never historically known... More > to number more than a few hundred, it evidently bore an uncanny resemblance to Proto-Northern-Iroquoian, once spoken by ancestors of all the Iroquois tribes. Strangely too, the Nottoway forms seem much more readily memorable than those in many other languages - even including those of its closest known relatives.< Less
Where the Gold is Buried, a legend of Old Fort Niagara By Robert Moore
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Old Fort Niagara guards the mouth of the Niagara River as it empties into Lake Ontario, and was built in 1725 to protect the trade route for France's North American empire. Besieged by British... More > troops in July, 1759, after reinforcements were defeated, Captain Pierre Pouchot surrendered. A legend of the fort concerns the French military chest, in which Pouchot's officers buried their valuables, never to return. In 1789, a Loyalist Quaker, Jeremiah Moore (ancestor of the author) brought his family to British Niagara. He had a map to the treasure and the legend says the British commander let him dig. That's the legend. This is the story< Less
Colonial Native Dispossession of North Carolina By Baylus C. Brooks
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This is a collection of primary source references concerning American native dispossession in Eastern North Carolina. This was a project for a class and is not complete by any means but, it is a... More > good start. Some interpretation of these records is offered.< Less
Dethroning the Kings of Cape Fear By Baylus C. Brooks
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Edward Moseley is not the man that romantic historians of the past have idolized. Politics skewed North Carolina's history and created a "king" from a "crook." NOTE: the print... More > version has color illustrations and is expensive. The download is free, however.< Less
Dethroning the Kings of Cape Fear By Baylus C. Brooks
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Edward Moseley is not the man that romantic historians of the past have idolized. Politics skewed North Carolina's history and created a "king" from a "crook." NOTE: the print... More > version has color illustrations and is expensive. This e-version is much cheaper, however.< Less
Colonial Native Dispossession of North Carolina By Baylus C. Brooks
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This is a collection of primary source references concerning American native dispossession in Eastern North Carolina. This was a project for a class and is not complete by any means but, it is a... More > good start. Some interpretation of these records is offered.< Less
Schuylkill County in Shades of Grey, Mahanoy Area By Naomi R. Heckler
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Remember all of the places you visited as a child... then revisited as an adult... The memories come flooding back, all the places you had been, the things you had seen, and the memories associated... More > with them... now you see these places with all of the changes and the new memories to be made... With a family history in Mahanoy Area, Schuylkill County is one of these places for Photographer Naomi R. Heckler. She has captured some of these memories to share with all of us... The restoration of a Library and the Central Train Station, the beauty of an early fall snow storm, the serenity of the natural surroundings, the modern ways of power and the beauty of hard work... All in black and white and shades of grey. These are just a few of the special memories Naomi has captured to share with all of us.< Less