Herman Moll’s map of Carolina, published in 1729, depicted the extent of British power in the colonial Southeast. Its colored lines marked the boundaries of grants to the Lords Proprietors of Carolina. Moll identified battlegrounds where Carolinians and their Native American allies defeated the Tuscaroras in 1712 and the Yamasees in 1715. By 1729, most of the coastal Native American tribes named on the map ceased to exist, but the “Charakeys” (Cherokees) and “Cuttambas” (Catawbas) remained powerful.
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