Tuscarora Indians


Tuscarora Indians
   A tribe of the Iroquois family, dwelling chiefly in North Carolina. In 1722 they were adopted into the league of the Iroquois in New York, forming the sixth nation. There are now a few hundreds living on the Six Nations Reserve, Grand River, Ontario.
   Index: Hd Incorporated in Indian confederacy, 148.
   Bib.: SeeIroquois; Six Nations.

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