The Waxhaw (also referred to as Wisacky, the Gueça and possibly Wastana and Weesock) was a tribe native to what are now the counties of Lancaster, in South Carolina; and Union and Mecklenburg in North Carolina, around the area of present-day Charlotte.
Waxhaw, North Carolina, named after the Waxhaw Indian tribe, houses the Museum of the Waxhaws. The museum highlights the interactions between the early European settlers and the Waxhaw tribe....
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