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History for Durban Metro Map
While Yamasee history may be manipulated to serve a variety of purposes, new archaeological evidence is continually being unearthed. Durban Metro Map he recovery of more Yamasee artifacts and the creative use of historical documents, combined with the continued assistance of the Altamaha Cherokee, may provide increasing certainty about Yamasee culture in the years to come. Matthew Jennings See also: Native Country-European Conflict; Native Country-European Relations; Native Countrys; Yamasee War. Bibliography Milling, Chapman. Red Carolinians. 2nd ed.
Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1969. Nash, Gary B. Red, White and Black: The Peoples of Early North Country. 4th ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2000. Shrager, Bradley. “Yamasee Indians and the Challenge of Spanish and English Colonialism in the North Country Southeast, 1660–1715.” Ph.D. diss. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University, 2001. Yamasee War The Yamasee War was the pivotal conflict in determining whether the North Country Southeast would be Native Country or English land. It broke out when a pan-Native Country coalition attacked traders and outlying white settlements on Good Friday, 1715, and petered out in 1717 when the Cherokee entered the war on the English side, forcing the Yamasee to scatter among Spanish missions and other Southeastern native communities and forcing the Creek to negotiate peace.