|Author:||Theresa M. Hicks,Wes Taukchiray|
|Publisher:||Reprint Co (July 1, 1997)|
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South Carolina Indians, Indian traders, and other ethnic connection: beginning in 1670. Archival Resources: The Wesley Taukchiray Collection contains genealogical information on several different South Carolina Tribes. Theresa M. Hicks ed. 1998. II. Many of. these folders contain extensive family documentation along with family trees created by Mr. Taukchiray. hiray/Edisto - Natchez - Kusso. Taukchiray, Wes. Some of the Written Memory of the Natchez-Kusso Indians of Edisto River.
Hicks, Theresa, and Wesley White Taukchiray 1999 Indian Connections and Other Ethnic Connections Beginning in 1670. Reprint Company, Spartanburg, S. oogle Scholar. Indiana University Press, Bloomington. Joseph, J. W. 2007 One More Look into the Water-Colonoware in South Carolina Rivers and Charleston’s Market Economy. The African Diaspora Archaeology Newsletter, March.
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