Robin W. Smith and Emily Cubbon, students at UNC-Chapel Hill, measure the depth of the dig at the Kanawha site. About 15 university professors, students and some volunteers set up camp in June at Nassaw Town, once the home of about 200 to 300 people and about 50 native American warriors.
Robin W. Smith and Emily Cubbon, students at UNC-Chapel Hill, measure the depth of the dig at the Kanawha site. About 15 university professors, students and some volunteers set up camp in June at Nassaw Town, once the home of about 200 to 300 people and about 50 native American warriors.
Robin W. Smith and Emily Cubbon, students at UNC-Chapel Hill, measure the depth of the dig at the Kanawha site. About 15 university professors, students and some volunteers set up camp in June at Nassaw Town, once the home of about 200 to 300 people and about 50 native American warriors.

Fort Mill 11 #5: Clear Springs, Kanawha annexed by the Town of Fort Mill

December 30, 2008 03:50 PM