When native people on the eastern coast of the Carolinas survived day to day, living in small communities, there was a tribe who considered themselves the stewards of “U ne ga,” their word for the mysterious White Island. The color white was their symbol for “south,” and it denoted peace and happiness. They believed the White Spirits lived in the south, and that the island was an idyllic place.
At the time of this story, some still lived who claimed to have seen the White Spirits of peace and happiness on the island. Some claimed to have heard their songs, and everyone knew that once people heard the spirits sing, they were never the same.
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