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Native Americans

South Carolina Tribes

Traveled from village to village in dugout canoes Cherokee
Lived in longhouses during the summer and in wattle and daub house in the winter Cherokee
Village was run by a council Cherokee
Had a type of constitution Cherokee
Lived in the Blue Ridge Mountain region and in the western Piedmont Cherokee
Were hunters, gatherers, fishermen, and farmers Cherokee
Thought of themselves as 'the real people' Cherokee
Women were allowed to serve on the council Cherokee
Traders - used a trail that went from the Blue Ridge Mountains to the Atlantic Ocean Cherokee
Lived in the Piedmont near where Rock Hill is today Catawba
Hunters and farmers Catawba
Known as the 'River People' Catawba
Village was run by a council Catawba
Famous for pottery Catawba
Very Peaceful Catawba
Lived in the Coastal Zone near the Georgia border Yemassee
Lived in wigwams close to the coast in the summer and further inland in wattle and daub houses along rivers during the winter Yemassee
Hunted, fished, farmed, and gathered clams and oysters Yemassee
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