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The area along the river had been inhabited by various successive cultures of indigenous peoples for thousands of years. At the time of European encounter, historic Native Americans were a people called the Saturiwa (or Tawara), who lived in communities throughout the Piedmont. The Saturiwa were not farmers; they subsisted on hunting, fishing and gathering. There are indications that their settlements may have been established well before 1000 CE, as there is evidence that these native peoples traded with tribes from what is now Florida and South Carolina at least as early as 200 BCE.