From Hawks’ History of North Carolina, Vol. 2. “In three several Marches from Virginia to the west of Carolina, and other parts of the Continent; begun in March, 1669, and ended in September, 1670. Collected and translated out of Latin from his discourse and writings, by SIR WILLIAM TALBOT, Baronet. Printed in London, in 1672.”
Describes the worried state of the colonials in the wake of the death of Gov. Hyde, and in the midst of the “Tuscarora War.” Also has an example of the common colonial reference to all Indians belonging to the Haudenosaunee as “Senecas.”
Brief descriptions from Hawks’ History relating to the various settlements (reservations/territories) specified for Indian use in the post-Tuscarora War era.
This series of orders from the North Carolina Colonial Record (Second Series, Vol. VII) – 1711-1712, explains the colonies intentions against the Tuscarora and Bay River Indians in the wake of the September 22, 1711 Indian revolt against the colonists along the Neuse and Pamlico Rivers.
An excerpt from von Graffenried’s Account of the Founding of New Bern. Details the journey made by Lawson and von Graffenried into Tuscarora territory, including their capture, trial, and the execution of John Lawson.