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Waccamaw is an extinct Siouan language of the Carolinas,
probably related to Catawba. There are still Waccamaw people
living along the border between North and South Carolina today; however, their language has not been spoken in centuries,
and no records remain of it but a few lists of placenames.
Waccamaw Tribal and Community Websites
Waccamaw Siouan Tribe:
Homepage of the state-recognized Waccamaw tribe of North Carolina.
The Waccamaw Indian People:
Homepage of the state-recognized Waccamaw tribe of South Carolina.
Waccamaw Indian People of Conway, South Carolina Waccamaw Raven Tribe:
Websites of other Waccamaw tribal and cultural organizations.
Waccamaw Culture and History Sites
History and genealogy of the Waccamaw Indians.
NCPedia: Waccamaw Indians:
Article about the history of the Waccamaw tirbe.
North Carolina American Indians: Waccamaw Siouan:
Educational page for teachers and students about the Waccamaw people.
Four Directions: Waccamaw:
Timeline and links about Waccamaw history.
Waccamaw Legacy: Contemporary Indians Fight for Survival
Interesting book about the modern-day Waccamaw tribe and their cultural traditions.
Good Native American Books:
Evolving list of books about Waccamaws and American Indians in general.
Additional Resources, Links, and References
Waccamaw Indians: Waccamaw Siouan:
Wikipedia articles about the Waccamaw tribes.
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