1700 - The Lawson Expedition

English surveyor John Lawson travels north and west from coastal Charleston, South Carolina, by way of the Santee, Wateree and Catawba rivers. Roads are still 50 years away. His voyage takes him 1,000 miles as he maps the rough terrain. Soon, English rulers will decide where they want colonists to settle.
Lawson's Expedition
Lawson's Expedition

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