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Pee Dee Indians

The Pee Dee were some of the first native people the Europeans met while exploring the Americas. Prior to the Spanish explorers, the Pee Dee Indians lived along the Pee Dee River system from Winyah Bay (near Georgetown, S.C.) to the Town Creek area of North Carolina. In this video, Chief James Caulder of the Pee Dee Indian Tribe describes the ancestral geography of the tribe, and Phil White, member of the Waccamaw Indian People, speaks to the kinship of tribes who share the natural resources of the region.

Official site of the Pee Dee Indian Tribe: Pee Dee Indian Tribe

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