The Pee Dee Indian Tribe of South Carolina obtained official state recognition on January 27, 2006.
The Pee Dee Indian Nation of Upper South Carolina obtained official state recognition in February 2005.
Contact Information – Pee Dee Indians
Pee Dee Indian Tribe of South Carolina
134 Longer Lane
Bennettsville, SC 29512
Telephone: 843-544-6464 or 843-523-9085
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website
Pee Dee Indian Nation of Upper South Carolina
3814 Highway 57 North
Little Rock, SC 29567
Marlboro, Chesterfield, Darlington County Pee Dee Indian Tribe
4116 Redbud Road
McColl, SC 29570
Email: email@example.com Website
SC Location, Territory – Pee Dee Indians
The Pee Dee River, about 435 miles long, rises as the Yadkin River in the Blue Ridge Mountains of northwestern North Carolina and flows northeast then southeast to Winyah Bay, South Carolina. It is called the Yadkin for about 200 miles until it is joined by the Uharie River west of Troy, North Carolina. As the Pee Dee, it continues for another 230 miles.
Traditional: Along the middle course of the Pee Dee River in Chesterfield and Marlboro counties
Today: The Pee Dee Indian Tribe of South Carolina is headquartered in the McColl, Marlboro County.
Related SC Names – Pee Dee Indians
Great Pee Dee River - Darlington, Dillon, Florence, Georgetown, Horry, Marlboro, Marion, Williamsburg counties