By Charles Hudson, Paul Hoffman, David G. Moore, Robin A. Beck Jr., Christopher B. Rodning
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50 On October 7 they reached the chiefdom of Chiaha, whose principal town was called 0lamico. 51 Here Pardo found Moyano and his men. They were not in immediate danger, although the Indians had apparently isolated them in their fort. 52 Olamico was situated on Zimmerman's Island, now under Douglas The Juan Pardo Expeditions Figure 7. Zimmerman's Island. Note the mound toward the left side of the upper end of the island. Aerial photo taken in 1925. ) Lake, in the French Broad River near present-day Dandridge, Tennessee.
One was the French Broad; the other was either the Pigeon River or the Nolichucky. The open side of the town was fortified by a log palisade with three defensive towers. The Spaniards waded across one of these rivers, waist deep in some places, with some difficulty. After traveling a good distance further, they entered the town. 49 Presumably because of something he saw at Tanasqui, Pardo believed that silver and gold could be had in this general area. 50 On October 7 they reached the chiefdom of Chiaha, whose principal town was called 0lamico.
Woodbury Lowery, The Spanish Settlements within the Present Limits of the United States, 1562-1574 (New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 191 I), pp. 22; Paul E. Hoffman, The Spanish Crown and the Defense of the Caribbean, 1535-1585 (Baton Rouge: Lousiana State University Press, 1980, pp. 6470). Paul E. Hoffman, "Legend, Religious Idealism, and Colonies: The Point of Santa Elena in History, 1552-1566," South Carolina Historical Magazine 84(19 83):59-7 1. " Ranjel, "Narrative," p. 81; Elvas, "Narrative," p.
The Juan Pardo Expeditions: Exploration of the Carolinas and Tennessee, 1566-1568 by Charles Hudson, Paul Hoffman, David G. Moore, Robin A. Beck Jr., Christopher B. Rodning