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CATAWBA WAR PATH
Warrior Branch of the Great Catawba Indian War Path. Here are located the three crossings of Dunkard Creek by Mason and Dixon. Here the Chief of the Six Nations Indians declared that he "would not proceed one step further." Here hostile Shawnees and Delaware Indians ordered them to stop. The Mason and Dixon Survey ended on the next high ridge on Brown's Hill.
West Virginia Department of Archives and History, 1971