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Florida Seminole Indian War __ "Florida in the early 19th Century was home to the Seminole Indians. The Seminole had bitterly opposed the coming of the white man. Raids were made against white settlements in Georgia, just across the Florida border. In 1818 General Andrew Jackson was sent to patrol the border with 800 regular troops and an additional 900 Georgia volunteers. Jackson wasted no time in asserting his authority. Seminole villages were burned to the ground. The Seminoles were chased all the way to West Florida, territory under Spanish control. Jackson took control of Seminole Forts as he went, inflicting punishment upon British and Spanish traders who had aided the Seminoles." You can read the rest of the story. - From Pagewise Inc. -

Indians - Seminole Tribe of Florida - The Official Home of the Florida Seminole Indians __ History, government, culture, social anthropology and more, you will find it here. There is also a FAQ where you may find the questions you have already answered. "The unique confluence of culture and circumstance which would become today's Seminole Tribe of Florida can be traced back at least 12,000 years..." - illustrated - From Seminole Tribe of Florida -

Men Visit the Sky __ "Near the beginning of time, five Seminole Indian men wanted to visit the sky to see the Great Spirit." A Seminole legend. - From -

Seminole __ A look at Seminole history and culture. "The Seminole are part of the Creek Confederation of tribes. In the 1700's they moved into Florida, which was then inhabited by the Spanish. They shared land with a group of Indians that spoke the Mikasuki language. The two groups banded and became known as the Seminoles, meaning "runaways"." - From Minnesota state University -


Seminole Indians __ A good overview of Seminole history. "The groups of indigenous Florida people (Indians) were given names such as Apalachee, Timucan, Tocobaga, Calusa, Tequesta, Matecumbe, etc. These were the people that De Soto, Ponce de Leon, Fontaneda, etc. encountered and wrote of in the early 1500s. The name Seminole was not mentioned." Find out why. -  From -

The Seminole Wars ___Topics here include Andrew Jackson's 1830 Indian Removal Act, Florida as a territory, and Florida statehood. Two periods of Seminole resistance to relocation are discussed. - Illustrated - From the Florida Center for Instructional Technology, College of Education, University of South Florida -

The Unconquered Seminoles __ "The Seminoles. A fierce, proud tribe of Florida, let neither three wars with the United States Army or the harsh Everglade swamps defeat them." You will find a fascinating story and history. - illustrated - By Dru J. Murray - 



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