Meherrian, Nottoway, and Saponies, Catawbas
and some Tuscarora allowed tributary status to the English colonial officials settled on reservations.
Merrel, The Indians' New World : Catawbas
and Their Neighbors from European Contact through the Era of Removal, Institute of Early American History and Culture, Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press, 1989 aux pp.
Simms's inclusion of Creeks, Cherokees, and Catawbas
in his fiction reminds us of the degree to which popular fascination with slavery, blackness, and whiteness has obscured other important parts of the region's past.
In 1840, South Carolina dispossessed the Catawbas
of their land in York, Chester, and Lancaster counties, promising money and a new reservation in South Carolina.
28, 1980, lawsuit brought by the Catawbas
against 76 defendants -- including Duke Power.
On the other hand, Glen succeeded in patching up a rift between two traditional British allies, Catawbas
and Iroquois, which briefly threatened to push one or both into the French camp.