A Brief outline of recorded history of the Patawomeck [Potomac] tribe

by William L. Deyo
Deyo, William L. (Main Author)
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Colonial Beach, Virginia : DeJoux Publications, 2000
ca. 30 p. : ill., ports.


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The Potomac or Patawomeck were an important tribe of the Powhatan confederacy. When Europeans arrived in Virginia, the Potomac lived along the southern bank of what is now the Potomac River in Stafford and King George Counties in Virginia.

Contains a brief history of the tribe and genealogies of surviving descendants of the tribe including the Montieth, Curtis, Roberson, Deyo, Sullivan, Jones and other families.

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