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NATIVE CAROLINIANS I. PREHISTORY II. TRIBES OF THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY III. JOHN WHITE AND THE ROANOKES IV. THE CLASH OF CULTURES V. THE ROLE OF DISEASE Woodland and Mississippian cultures Language groups: Siouian: Catawba, Occaneechee, Tutero, Waxhaw, Saura, Sugaree, Wateree, Congaree, Eno Iroquoian: Cherokee, Tuscarora Algonquian: Roanoke, Chowanoc, Croatoan Modern tribes: Cherokee, Lumbee, Coharie, Haliwa, Waccamaw-Siouian, Meherrin Indians of Person County, Occaneechee Band of the Saponi Nation 1
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Migration to North America from Siberia, 12-15,000 BCE 2
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“PALEO-INDIANS” HUNTING MASTODON c. 10,000 BCE 3
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MAIZE OR INDIAN CORN DEVELOPED IN CENTRAL AMERICA c. 2700 BCE APPEARS IN NORTH CAROLINA c. 1000 CE CREATES THE BASIS FOR “EASTERN WOODLAND CULTURE,” BASED ON HUNTING AND FARMING IN SEMI-PERMANENT VILLAGES 4
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WOODLAND CULTURE, 1000 CE-1750 CE THE COMMUNITY OF SECOTAN ON THE PAMLICO RIVER, MODERN BEAUFORT COUNTY, 1585-86 5
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“The towne of Pomeiock and true forme of their howses, couered and enclosed some wth matts, and some wth barcks of trees.
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