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Red Carolinians
 
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Chapman J. Milling
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Red Carolinians

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Published December 12th 1983 by University of South Carolina Press
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Emery Lee
Feb 03, 2011 Emery Lee rated it liked it
Shelves: non-fiction, research
Research reading for THE BASTARD'S LEGACY.
Took particular notes on events from 1756 thru the Cherokee War ending circa 1762 with the Timberlake Expedition.
Bradley
May 27, 2010 Bradley rated it it was amazing
The book is more than 70 years old and yet, like Crane's The Southern Frontier, remains a must-read for scholars of the early South. Milling combed the primary materials for every shred that pertained to Native life. He quotes liberally from many contemporary travel writers such as Lawson, Bartram, and Catesby to shed light upon culture. Unlike Mooney before him, Milling was not particularly interested in collecting Native stories first-hand from the Catawba, Cherokee, and others still living in ...more
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Aug 06, 2015 Victoria Vane rated it really liked it
Shelves: non-fiction, research
Research reading for THE BASTARD'S LEGACY.
Took particular notes on events from 1756 thru the Cherokee War ending circa 1762 with the Timberlake Expedition.
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