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Old 96 District SC Genealogy 
Hi Ya'll, 
I thought this was interesting. Wanted to share. Connie Eppes 
Extracts From: 
SOUTH CAROLINA, A Short History 1520-1948 By David Duncan Wallace 
University of South Carolina Press, Columbia, 1961 CHAPTER 11, THE
INDIANS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, pp 13-14 
INDIAN STOCKS AND TRIBES AT VARIOUS TIMES IN SOUTH CAROLINA 
IROQUOIAN STOCK (north western section) : 
Cherokees - Many villages, which are sometimes erroneously spoken of as
tribes. 
The Elasses (Elatse, Elatseyi, Ellijay) were really a group settlements,
e.g., of the Cherokees, some of which at one time were in South
Carolina. 
SIOUAN STOCK (northern, northeastern, and eastern sections): 
Catawbas - Largest and most important of this stock. Many names,
including almost every conceivable way of imitating the sound (Kadapaw,
e.g., to such as Atakwa, Cattoways, Esaws, and Usheree). 
Waxhaws. 
Cheraws. 
Chicoras (called also Chickorees, Chichanees, and perhaps Waterees). 
Waterees. 
Sampits (Sampas) - Most probably Siouan. 
Sutarees - (east of Catawbas). 
Sugarees (Sugaus, Sagarees). 
Hooks, Back Hooks, Black Hooks, or Pohocs - Probably Siouan. 
Congarees - (south of the river by Popple's map, 1733). 
Keyauwee - From North Carolina along the Peedee. No connection with
Keowee or Kiawah. 
Santees - (spelled also Seretees, Sattees, etc.). 
Peedees. 
Seewees - Elasie named among Siouan tribes ("Shaftesbury Papers" 334),
but see under Cherokees. 
Enos - (came to Upper Peedee from North Carolina before 1730; perhaps
before 1715; perhaps with Keyauwees). 
Waccamaws (Waggamaws). 
Winyaws - (also called Weenees). 
MUSKHOGEAN STOCK: 
Apalachees - (Allendale of Hampton County apparently, near the Savannah
River, 1704-16. Seem the same as tribe called in South Carolina
Palachuckola. Merged with Creeks after Yemassee War). 
Yemassees - (Yoas apparently a sLibdivislori). The Salchichees are
surmised by J. T. Lanning in his "Spanish Missions in Georgia" to have
been connected with the Yemassees. 
Creek - (on middle or upper Savannah, apparently 1566. Original name
Apalachees). 
Chickasaws - (small number of refugees from west on the Savannah
opposite Augusta until Revolution). 
Notchees - (small band of Natchez expelled from Mississipp). 
Cusabos - (also called Cussabees, Corsaboys, etc.). Most, if not all, of
the
following little tribes were of the Cusabo group: 
Escamacus (Uscamus) - Of or near St. Helena Island. 
Ashepoos (Ishpows). 
Bohickotts (Bohicketts). 
Coosaws. 
Cotachicach - (Chatuache, Satuache, near Ashepoo mouth). 
Cusso - (also called Casors, Cusaboys; by Ribault's men, apparently
Couexi). 
Combahees. 
Edistos - (French Audusta, Spanish Orista). 
Etiwans - (also called Itawans, Eutaws). 
Isaws. 
Kiawahs. 
Salchichees (in South Carolina or Georgia? Connected with
Saltketchers?). 
Stonos. 
Wandos. 
Wappoos. 
Witcheaus. 
Wimbees (Wimbehee). 
YUCHI (Uchee) STOCK: 
Westos - (Yuchis in the contested opinion of Dr. Swanton). 
Yuchis - Along middle Savannah River. 
Hogologis - Above the Yuchis along the Savannah, perhaps the same tribe. 
ALGONKIAN STOCK: 
Shawano - (Shawnee; Savano; Savannah). 
UNCLASSIFIED: 
Saludas. 
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From: Arial57@aol.com Date: Wed, Nov 18, 1998, 2:07am  To:
Old96District@listbot.com Subject: THE INDIANS OF SOUTH CAROLINA 
Old 96 District SC Genealogy 
Hi Ya'll, 
I thought this was interesting. Wanted to share. Connie Eppes 
Extracts From: 
SOUTH CAROLINA, A Short History 1520-1948 By David Duncan Wallace 
University of South Carolina Press, Columbia, 1961 CHAPTER 11, THE
INDIANS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, pp 13-14 
INDIAN STOCKS AND TRIBES AT VARIOUS TIMES IN SOUTH CAROLINA 
IROQUOIAN STOCK (north western section) : 
Cherokees - Many villages, which are sometimes erroneously spoken of as
tribes. 
The Elasses (Elatse, Elatseyi, Ellijay) were really a group settlements,
e.g., of the Cherokees, some of which at one time were in South
Carolina. 
SIOUAN STOCK (northern, northeastern, and eastern sections): 
Catawbas - Largest and most important of this stock. Many names,
including almost every conceivable way of imitating the sound (Kadapaw,
e.g., to such as Atakwa, Cattoways, Esaws, and Usheree). 
Waxhaws. 
Cheraws. 
Chicoras (called also Chickorees, Chichanees, and perhaps Waterees). 
Waterees. 
Sampits (Sampas) - Most probably Siouan. 
Sutarees - (east of Catawbas). 
Sugarees (Sugaus, Sagarees). 
Hooks, Back Hooks, Black Hooks, or Pohocs - Probably Siouan. 
Congarees - (south of the river by Popple's map, 1733). 
Keyauwee - From North Carolina along the Peedee. No connection with
Keowee or Kiawah. 
Santees - (spelled also Seretees, Sattees, etc.). 
Peedees. 
Seewees - Elasie named among Siouan tribes ("Shaftesbury Papers" 334),
but see under Cherokees. 
Enos - (came to Upper Peedee from North Carolina before 1730; perhaps
before 1715; perhaps with Keyauwees). 
Waccamaws (Waggamaws). 
Winyaws - (also called Weenees). 
MUSKHOGEAN STOCK: 
Apalachees - (Allendale of Hampton County apparently, near the Savannah
River, 1704-16. Seem the same as tribe called in South Carolina
Palachuckola. Merged with Creeks after Yemassee War). 
Yemassees - (Yoas apparently a sLibdivislori). The Salchichees are
surmised by J. T. Lanning in his "Spanish Missions in Georgia" to have
been connected with the Yemassees. 
Creek - (on middle or upper Savannah, apparently 1566. Original name
Apalachees). 
Chickasaws - (small number of refugees from west on the Savannah
opposite Augusta until Revolution). 
Notchees - (small band of Natchez expelled from Mississipp). 
Cusabos - (also called Cussabees, Corsaboys, etc.). Most, if not all, of
the
following little tribes were of the Cusabo group: 
Escamacus (Uscamus) - Of or near St. Helena Island. 
Ashepoos (Ishpows). 
Bohickotts (Bohicketts). 
Coosaws. 
Cotachicach - (Chatuache, Satuache, near Ashepoo mouth). 
Cusso - (also called Casors, Cusaboys; by Ribault's men, apparently
Couexi). 
Combahees. 
Edistos - (French Audusta, Spanish Orista). 
Etiwans - (also called Itawans, Eutaws). 
Isaws. 
Kiawahs. 
Salchichees (in South Carolina or Georgia? Connected with
Saltketchers?). 
Stonos. 
Wandos. 
Wappoos. 
Witcheaus. 
Wimbees (Wimbehee). 
YUCHI (Uchee) STOCK: 
Westos - (Yuchis in the contested opinion of Dr. Swanton). 
Yuchis - Along middle Savannah River. 
Hogologis - Above the Yuchis along the Savannah, perhaps the same tribe. 
ALGONKIAN STOCK: 
Shawano - (Shawnee; Savano; Savannah). 
UNCLASSIFIED: 
Saludas. 
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Old 96 District SC Genealogy

Hi Ya'll,
I thought this was interesting. Wanted to share.
Connie Eppes
 


Extracts From:
SOUTH CAROLINA, A Short History 1520-1948
By David Duncan Wallace
University of South Carolina Press, Columbia, 1961
CHAPTER 11, THE INDIANS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, pp 13-14

INDIAN STOCKS AND TRIBES AT VARIOUS TIMES IN SOUTH CAROLINA

IROQUOIAN STOCK (north western section) :

Cherokees - Many villages, which are sometimes erroneously spoken of as
tribes.
The Elasses (Elatse, Elatseyi, Ellijay) were really a group settlements, e.g.,
of the Cherokees, some of which at one time were in South Carolina.


SIOUAN STOCK (northern, northeastern, and eastern sections):

Catawbas - Largest and most important of this stock. Many names, including
almost every conceivable way of imitating the sound (Kadapaw, e.g., to such as
Atakwa, Cattoways, Esaws, and Usheree).

Waxhaws.

Cheraws.

Chicoras (called also Chickorees, Chichanees, and perhaps Waterees).

Waterees.

Sampits (Sampas) - Most probably Siouan.

Sutarees - (east of Catawbas).

Sugarees (Sugaus, Sagarees).

Hooks, Back Hooks, Black Hooks, or Pohocs - Probably Siouan.

Congarees - (south of the river by Popple's map, 1733).

Keyauwee - From North Carolina along the Peedee. No connection with Keowee or
Kiawah.

Santees - (spelled also Seretees, Sattees, etc.).

Peedees.

Seewees - Elasie named among Siouan tribes ("Shaftesbury Papers" 334), but see
under Cherokees.

Enos - (came to Upper Peedee from North Carolina before 1730; perhaps before
1715; perhaps with Keyauwees).

Waccamaws (Waggamaws).

Winyaws - (also called Weenees).


MUSKHOGEAN STOCK:

Apalachees - (Allendale of Hampton County apparently, near the Savannah River,
1704-16. Seem the same as tribe called in South Carolina Palachuckola. Merged
with Creeks after Yemassee War).

Yemassees - (Yoas apparently a sLibdivislori).
The Salchichees are surmised by J. T. Lanning in his "Spanish Missions in
Georgia" to have been connected with the Yemassees.

Creek - (on middle or upper Savannah, apparently 1566. Original name
Apalachees).

Chickasaws - (small number of refugees from west on the Savannah opposite
Augusta until Revolution).

Notchees - (small band of Natchez expelled from Mississipp).

Cusabos - (also called Cussabees, Corsaboys, etc.). Most, if not all, of the
following little tribes were of the Cusabo group:

Escamacus (Uscamus) - Of or near St. Helena Island.

Ashepoos (Ishpows).

Bohickotts (Bohicketts).

Coosaws. 

Cotachicach - (Chatuache, Satuache, near Ashepoo mouth).

Cusso - (also called Casors, Cusaboys; by Ribault's men, apparently Couexi). 

Combahees.

Edistos - (French Audusta, Spanish Orista).

Etiwans - (also called Itawans, Eutaws).

Isaws.

Kiawahs.

Salchichees (in South Carolina or Georgia? Connected with Saltketchers?). 

Stonos. 

Wandos. 

Wappoos.

Witcheaus.

Wimbees (Wimbehee).


YUCHI (Uchee) STOCK:

Westos - (Yuchis in the contested opinion of Dr. Swanton).

Yuchis - Along middle Savannah River.

Hogologis - Above the Yuchis along the Savannah, perhaps the same tribe.


ALGONKIAN STOCK:

Shawano - (Shawnee; Savano; Savannah).


UNCLASSIFIED:

Saludas.


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