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Nacotchtank: Encounters With The English
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- Indians at the Post Office - Thus, this encounter would have taken place in present-day Maryland, rather
than Virginia. ... The village of Nacotchtank was the largest of the three American
Indian ... after decades of active trade along the Potomac river with the English
- Upper Potomac | Captain John Smith Historical Trail - Nonetheless, the English explorers opened both rivers to later European
settlement ... D.C. Here they encountered—and possibly traded with—local
Indians. .... flows through Maryland and Washington, D.C. The Nacotchtank lived
here then, ...
- The Indian Tribes of North America by John R. Swanton - M States - They were encountered by French and English fishermen and explorers early ...
Nacotchtank, on the eastern branch of the Potomac, in the District of Columbia.