Native American settlement in the area goes back to unknown dates.
This Native settlement shrank during the early 1900s as most of its members moved away.
It was reputed to be the largest native settlement in Africa.
Reaching the main native settlement at 0100, they immediately began making their reconnaissance working north.
This native settlement later became the head mission for this region.
It is the only native settlement in the district to have a stable economy, thanks in part to the available land.
This was a very innovative approach to native settlements, seeing as it entered them into capitalism.
The occupants hiked for three days to the nearest native settlement.
The local springs provided water for Native American settlements, and early travelers.
Native settlement of the area is well documented archaeologically and occurred in three waves.