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Subject: Re: GenMassachusetts-D Digest V99 #404
Date: Tue, 7 Sep 1999 19:04:27 EDT
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Date: Tue, 07 Sep 1999 00:52:25 -0500
From: Warren Wetmore <>
Subject: Re: Tuscarora Indians [Digest V99 #403]
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> Subject: Tuscarora Indians
> Date: Mon, 6 Sep 1999 12:25:56 EDT
> Where would I find info on a person still living and one of a tribe
> 20 years ago was in North Carolina. He was in the marines and I have lost
> contact.Was full blood indian.
Are you sure he was living in a tribe in NC?
The Tuscaroras migrated en masse to Upstate NY from NC after the Second
Tuscarora War of 1712-3. They were Iroquoian speakers who probably
originally had come from NY, and were reincorporated into the Iroquois
Confederation of the Mohawks, Senecas, Oneidas, Onandagas
and Cayugas when they reached Iroquois territory.
The Tuscarora tribe in NY may have info on him, though I don't
know how you'd contact them.
Hazel Crest, IL >>
Try these for Native American Links. Its been a while since I've used them
so I hope they are still current.
Linda House Brousseau
Native Nations Online
American Indian Directories
First Nation Indian Links!!
North American History Sites!!
Cherokee National Historic Trail 1838 39
John Ross, the first and only Elected Cherokee Chief
Southeast Missouri Region of the Trail of Tears
Time Line For Native American History Navigator
Into the Twentieth Century US Native American Timeline 1900 - Present (up to