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South Carolina History: Native Americans

Osceola, or 'Rising Sun', a Seminole Leader, 1838

Osceola, or 'Rising Sun', a Seminole Leader, 1838

Osceola or 'Rising Sun', a Seminole Leader, 1838, illustration from 'The Indian Tribes of North America, Vol.2', by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, pub. by John Grant (colour litho)

Anna Speakswell of the Catawba Nation

A portrait of Anna Speakswell of the Catawba Nation

A portrait of Anna Speakswell, a Catawba in Rock Hill, South Carolina. CATHERINE BAUKNIGHT / ZUMAPRESS / NEWSCOM

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