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The University of South Carolina at Lancaster will come alive with Catawba Indian Nation culture and traditions next month.
For the second year, the Catawba Cultural Preservation Project is bringing its Yap Ye Iswa, or Day of the Catawba festival, on Nov. 15.
After successfully relocating to the USCL campus last year, the festival, which began in 1990 and was named a Local Legacy by the United States Congress, returns in full celebration of Catawba heritage with the food, music, dance, pottery and craft sales that festivalgoers have come to expect.
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