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Native American Research
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Tales and Traditions of the Lower Cape Fear 1661-1896 by James Sprunt (published in 1896)
P 54 – Cape Fear Indians – It is an interesting fact that the descendants of these Indians live in the same locality to the present day and illustrate an unusual condition – an amalgamation of white, black and Indian races. The Indian characteristics however predominate. The men are thrifty, industrious and peaceable; engaging principally in fishing during the shad season and in cattle raising
upon the same range that was occupied two hundred years ago by their savage ancestors.
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