the Indian lumber river
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the famous Lumbee River
These are what the Indians had to use to use to get from place to place along the Lumbee river line. the Indians are originally orientated in north Carolina.Throughout the years the lumber river was then translated to the Lumbee river after the lumbee Indians dominated the land.
The lumbee Indians
The Lumbee Indians came from several different tribes. But, eventually all the different tribes came together because everyone was getting smallpox's. Some of there ancestors or people could possibly be from the lost colony of Roanoke.
The Lumber River is a 133-mile-long river in south-central North Carolina in the flat Coastal Plain. European settlers first called the river Drowning Creek, which still is the name of its headwaters.the mouth of the rive is the little Pee Dee River in the country if the United States of America, the cities that you can find them in are the fair bluff,and Orrum.
The lumbee Indians
In the late 18th and 19th century the lumbee river became a vital route for transporting 100- foot logs downriver into Georgetown, and South Carolina. Sarah- The lumber river canoe rental is one of North Carolina’s top ten natural wonders. They have over 30 boats to rent and it’s called Kayak & Canoe Rental Lumber River Outfitters. Kayak costs $25 for one day and $100 for a week. Canoe costs $35 for one day and $140 for a week. Lumber River Outfitters offers a number of specialty trips that take advantage of the paddling opportunities in Scotland County NC.
In 1887, the state established an all american Indian training school for the lumbee. This institution grew into a collage, which is known today as University of North Carolina at Pembroke. They also, use to call the lumbee river the Drowning creek. Sarah-There is a park near the river which is called the Lumbee River State Park. The Lumbee Indians have been denied federal status as an Indian nation because of their high degree of mixed blood. The indians got their tribe name because they used the lumber trees to flow up and down the river to fish and get places.
Lumbee River State Park contains land of 115 miles of state natural and scenic waters. The parks recreation activities are currently centered at two access areas, Princess Ann, and Chalk Banks. Sarah-The Lumber River Conservancy (LRC) is a land trust founded by two great men whose passion for the Lumber River translated into an insatiable desire to see it permanently protected. The LRC was established in 1991 to preserve the Lumber River as one of the nation's Wild and Scenic rivers by conserving land along it and its tributaries.