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Catawbas
Catawbas Ca*taw"bas, n. pl.; sing. Catawba. (Ethnol.) An Appalachian tribe of Indians which originally inhabited the regions near the Catawba river and the head waters of the Santee.
Catawba
Catawba Ca*taw"ba, n. 1. A well known light red variety of American grape. 2. A light-colored, sprightly American wine from the Catawba grape.
Catawba
Catawbas Ca*taw"bas, n. pl.; sing. Catawba. (Ethnol.) An Appalachian tribe of Indians which originally inhabited the regions near the Catawba river and the head waters of the Santee.

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- 2017). "Catawba Indian Nation closes bingo hall in Rock Hill". The Herald. Retrieved July 18, 2020. Elkins, Ken (September 9, 2013). "Catawbas push to...
- Catawba, South Carolina Catawba, Virginia Catawba, West Virginia Catawba, Wisconsin Catawba (town), Wisconsin Catawba County, North Carolina Catawba Mountain...
- Catawba Falls is a series of waterfalls on the headwaters of the Catawba River, in McDowell County, near Old Fort, North Carolina. The Catawba River flows...
- Catawba College is a private college in Salisbury, North Carolina. Founded in 1851 by the North Carolina Cl****is of the Reformed Church in Newton, the...
- Catawba is an unincorporated community in the northern section of Roanoke County, Virginia, United States. Catawba occupies the Catawba Valley bound on...
- fences to mark their lands, Catawbas believed that no person could claim land forever, and tore the fences down. Catawba men roamed the countryside in...
- Catawba is a red American grape variety used for wine as well as juice, jams and jellies. The grape can have a pronounced musky or "foxy" flavor. Grown...
- The Catawba River (named after the Native American tribes that first settled on the banks) originates in Western North Carolina and the name of the river...
- opposing the sale of alcohol to Catawbas and other Native Americans and for attempting to negotiate fair land rights for the Catawba people. Hagler is also known...
- elevation of 3,197 feet (974 m) above sea level, located on Catawba mountain in Catawba, Virginia, United States. It is named for a Scotch-Irish 18th-century...
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