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The Pamlico Indians were a small Algonquian
tribe of North Carolina, speakers of a Carolina Algonquian
dialect. The Pamlicos no longer exist as a distinct tribe. After colonization the Pamlico people suffered from European
disease and warfare, and the survivors merged together with
other North Carolina tribes.
Most Pamlico descendants live among the Lumbee Indians
today. Other people of Pamlico descent live in different communities in North Carolina.
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Christanna Algonquian Language Tree:
Theories about Pamlico language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Our resources about the Carolina Algonquian language, including Pamlico.
Algonquian Indians of North Carolina:
Homepage of a Native American heritage organization promoting Carolina Algonquian culture.
Pamlico Tribe History:
Article on the Pamlico tribe from the Indian Tribes of North America.
Carolina Native Americans: The Pamlico Indians:
Article about the history of the Pamlico tribe.
NC-Pedia: Pamlico Indians:
Information about the Pamlico presence in North Carolina.
North Carolina Map:
Tribal map showing the location of the Pamlico and other North Carolina peoples.
Wikipedia: Pamlicos: Britannica: Pamlico Native American People:
Encyclopedia articles on the Pamlico Indians.
Four Directions: Pamilco:
Timeline and links about Pamlico history.
A Vocabulary of Roanoke:
Carolina Algonquian dictionary for sale.
The Only Land I Know: A History of the Lumbee Indians:
Interesting history of the Pamlico and other Carolina Indian peoples, by a Native author.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Pamlico links page.
Information about the Pamlicos and their language in Spanish.
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