Native Americans in Early North Carolina

Native Americans in Early  North Carolina

This landmark work chronicles the Native American experience in North Carolina, from the earliest European explorations in the late 16th century through the 18th century. Documents in the volume are drawn from journals and other personal accounts, the correspondence of private citizens and government officials, land grants and deeds, court records, acts of the Assembly, reports and correspondence of government agencies involved in Indian affairs, newspapers, governors' papers, North Carolina laws, and records of the Executive Council, Moravians and the Church of England.

Topics include folkways, trade, religion, land, war, interaction with North Carolina society, and reservations. "Native Americans in Early North Carolina: A Documentary History" is softcover, 362 pages, $20, and sold by the Historical Publications Section of the N.C. Office of Archives and History.

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