Table of contents for Catawba Indian Nation : treasures in history / Thomas J. Blumer ; edited with an introduction by Robert P. Smith.

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Catawba/Spanish Contact, 1521
Chicora, Cofitachique or Yupaha
Juan Pardo and Cofitachique or Canos
First Tuscarora War
Second Tuscarora War, 1712
The Yamassee War, 1715-1716
King Haigler (Nop-Kee-Hee), ca. 1700-1763
Treaty of Pine Tree Hill, 1760
Treaty of Augusta, 1763
The American Revolution Begins
Catawba Patriots Flee to Virginia
Rhoda Harris, A Child of a Seminole War
Treaty of Nations Ford, 1840
Removal Attempt of 1860
War Between the States
The War Ends
Reconstruction, 1865-1877
The Murder of Austen (Allison) Harris, 1881
Chief James Harris, 1858-1912
Catawba Indian School
The Death of Tom Steven
The Great Flood of 1916
Influenza Epidemic of 1918
Chief Raymond Harris
Samuel Taylor Blue
Samuel J. Beck, Traditionalist Faction Founded
Georgia Henrietta Harris, 1905-1997
Settlement of 1993 -- E. Fred Sanders
A Select Bibliography 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Catawba Indians -- History.
Catawba Indians -- Wars.
Catawba Indians -- Government relations.
South Carolina -- History.