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Kirtland Community College Library E 99 .S28 C68 1993 30775305529670 General Collection Available -

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  • ISBN: 081301204X
  • ISBN: 9780813012049
  • ISBN: 0813011965
  • ISBN: 9780813011967
  • Physical Description: print
    x, 379 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Publisher: Gainesville : University Press of Florida, ©1993.

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (pages 341-354) and index.
Formatted Contents Note: 1. The Seminoles Come to Florida -- 2. Early Conflicts with White Americans -- 3. Prelude to War, 1821-1833 -- 4. The Second Seminole War, Phase 1, 1835-1838 -- 5. The Second Seminole War, Phase 2, 1838-1842 -- 6. A Period of Crisis -- 7. The Final War, 1855-1858 -- 8. Early Contacts and Establishment of a Reservation -- 9. Missionary Efforts and New Federal Reservations -- 10. Lucien A. Spencer and His Work, 1913-1931 -- 11. Brighton and Big Cypress Reservations -- 12. The New Deal, World War II, and the Advance of Christianity -- 13. The Reservation Indians -- 14. The Miccosukee and Trail Indians -- Appendix A. Seminole Census, 1913 -- Appendix B. Superintendents and Agents for the Federal Seminole Agency -- Appendix C. State of Florida Indian Affairs Consultants, Chairs, or Commissioners -- Appendix D. Boards of Directors and Tribal Councils.
Subject: Seminole Indians History
Seminole Indians Government relations
Seminole Indians Social conditions

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The Seminoles of Florida
The Seminoles of Florida
by Covington, James W.
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The Seminoles of Florida

Although the Seminoles and Florida have been linked for many years, the tribe was part of the Creek Confederacy in Alabama and Georgia for a far longer time and was a relatively late arrival on the peninsula: The Apalachees, Caulusas, Timucuans, and other smaller tribes arrived much earlier.
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