Margaret Mills Seaborn, map, "From 1730 to 1776, Cherokee Indian Towns, Oconee County, South Carolina", 1974, Oconee County Library
Brass Town, 83° 19.96', 34° 40.8'
[This is in NAD27 datum which differs from WGS84 datum by approximately 15m, considered negligible at this confidence level. This plots in GA so location was plotted on SC side of the river.]
To inflict suitable chastisement upon the Cherokees, several
expeditions were at once made into their territories. Colonel
McBury and Major Jack, from Georgia, entered the Indian
settlements on Tugaloo, and defeating the enemy, destroyed
all their towns on that river. General Williamson, of South-
Carolina, early in July  began to embody the militia of that
state, and before the end of that month was at the head of
an army of eleven hundred and fifty men, marching to meet
Cameron, who was, with a large body of Esseneca Indians and
disaffected white men, encamped at Oconoree. Encountering
and defeating this body of the enemy, he destroyed their
town and a large amount of provisions. lie burned Sugaw
Town, Soconec, Keowee, Ostatoy, Tugaloo and Brass Town.
He proceeded against Tomassee, Chehokee and Eustustie,
where, observing a recent trail of the enemy, he made pursuit
and soon met and vanquished three hundred of their
warriors. These towns he afterwards destroyed.
Theodore Roosevelt, The Winning Of The West, Vol.I, Chapter XI.
"In The Current Of The Revolution--The Southern Backwoodsmen
The Cherokees, 1776".
After all the houses had
been burned, and some six thousand bushels of corn, besides peas and
beans, destroyed, Williamson returned to his camp. Next day he renewed
his advance, and sent out detachments against all the other lower towns,
utterly destroying every one by the middle of August, although not
without one or two smart skirmishes.
55. At Tomassee, where he put to flight a body of two or three hundred
warriors, he lost eight killed and fifteen wounded, and at Tugelou, four
wounded. Besides these two towns, he also destroyed Soconee, Keowee,
Ostatay, Cherokee, Eustustie, Sugaw Town, and Brass Town.