TUSCARORA NATION OF NORTH CAROLINA
An historical Tuscarora Report regarding the relation of the Hatteras Tuscarora Tribe of Robeson County, North Carolina, to the original Tuscarora Indian tribe prepared for the Hatteras Tuscarora Tribal Foundation by Professor of History Dr. Peter H. Wood of Duke University in North Carolina, with the assistance of Deborah Montgomerie and Susan Yarnell. Includes bibliographical references (pages 135-142), genealogical tables, and maps.
Keywords: Tuscarora Indians-North Carolina-Robeson County-History
Creator: Dr. Peter H. Wood, Ph.D 1943-
Date Created: 1992
WOOD, P. H., MONTGOMERIE, D., & YARNELL, S. L. (1992). Tuscarora Roots: An historical report regarding the relation of the Hatteras Tuscarora tribe of Robeson County, North Carolina, to the original Tuscarora Indian tribe. https://dcr.lib.unc.edu/record/uuid:994dcea7-c6ed-46ba-ad9f-3605eaec422f.
Rah-kwees-keh Miller, Eel Clan, Tuscarora gives the interview and provides positivity and healing to all walks of life. Rah-kwees-keh lived and learned from his cousin, Mad Bear Anderson for many years in Lewiston, New York and provides traditional tribal knowledge in the interview. To listen to the entire interview, which explores many other aspects of Rah-kwees-keh's life and the Creator's way, click the link below:
The Book, "Rah-Kwees-Keh Miller’s Genealogical Federal Compliance Review Pursuant to 25 Code of Federal Regulation 83.7:Procedures for Federal Acknowledgement of Indian Tribes and Tribal Members" is published by Amazon.com, click the link below:
Tribal Sovereignty: On March 11, 2012, Tim Jacobs, Tuscarora, gives full accounts on Tuscarora history, the 22 BIA Tuscaroras, Sovereignty, and Indigenous Rights as a Tuscarora Tribal Citizen. To listen to the entire interview, which explores many other aspects in the North Carolina Tuscarora History and Indigenous Rights, click the link: https://dc.lib.unc.edu/cdm/compoundobject/collection/sohp/id/16747/rec/1
Credits: Tim Jacobs, Tuscarora. March 11, 2012. U-0607, in the Southern Oral History Program Collection #4007. Southern Historical Collection. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Center For The Study Of The American South. Lorraine Ahearn.
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