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The Indians (Catawba, Yemassee, Cherokee) in South Carolina lived in peace, hunting and fishing for food near rivers and in their forest. They used bow-and-arrows, spears, and other hunting tools.
They made pottery and farmed things like corn, beans, and squash. They also used fur for homes and clothes. (and of course, they used the meat for food) They would also usually set up their village near a river to get water, food, and other necessities that would use water.
Even though all three of the indian tribes DID do SOME same things, but they also had different things that made each tribe unique
like the Catawba, to start off. Their homes were round, bark-covered, with a fireplace in the center and opening in the roof to release smoke. They farmed corn, beans, and squash.
The Yemasee lived in Huts made of logs with thatched, palmetto roofs. Round community building or town house in the center of town. They hunted deer and bear, and in 1715, was angry by the unfair trade practices, and killed 100 British. they lost.
The Cherokee was very big. They grew the "three sisters" crops (corn, beans, and squash) and lived in The Cherokee tribe lived in wattle and daub houses made by weaving river cane, wood, and vines
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