Where: 35.41207,-83.72183 Coweechee
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In 1776"Black Hole" fight with Williamson
Located across the Cowee Mtns from Stecoah
They rejoined Rutherford September 18 or a few days afterward. [R] On September 19 they advanced along the Coweechee River to the"Black Hole", a horseshoe-shaped meadow surrounded by mountains. There they were ambushed and engaged in another"ring fight"with six hundred Cherokees. Captain Edward Hampton led a company of men who routed the warriors from their cover. They fled, and many were killed. It was said that he avenged the earlier massacre of his family members. References:
[R] Chapman J. Milling, Red Carolinians, 1940.
 Robert D. Bass, Ninety Six, 1978.
Confidence level:: 3