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Chief D. A. Harris (far right) and a group of Catawba - 1908

Chief D. A. Harris (far right) and a group of Catawba - 1908

Catawba Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Conference Sesion 1912

Catawba Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Conference Sesion 1912

Samuel Taylor Blue and his wife, Louisa Blue - Catawba - no date

Samuel Taylor Blue and his wife, Louisa Blue - Catawba - no date

r-l David Adam and Della George Harris,  girls in doorway Sallie and Cora Brown,John Jack Sanders, very end with the hat and John William Brown jr (Jack). the rest are unknown.  Cora and John Brown died in Influenza epidemic in 1918

r-l David Adam and Della George Harris, girls in doorway Sallie and Cora Brown,John Jack Sanders, very end with the hat and John William Brown jr (Jack). the rest are unknown. Cora and John Brown died in Influenza epidemic in 1918

The Jingle Dress dance is native to the west, but adapted for Catawba culture. It's a healing dance he said. It comes from the story about a man who prayed to the Creator to heal his daughter.

The Jingle Dress dance is native to the west, but adapted for Catawba culture. It's a healing dance he said. It comes from the story about a man who prayed to the Creator to heal his daughter.

The Catawba Indians, though a war-like nation, were friends of the white settlers - http://alabamapioneers.com/native-american-catawba-civil-war11489/

The Catawba Indians, though a war-like nation, were friends of the white settlers - http://alabamapioneers.com/native-american-catawba-civil-war11489/

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