The Seminole are a Native American people originally of Florida. They comprise
three federally .... As European-American colonization increased after the treaty,
colonists pressured the Federal gove...
Early European settlers found many Indian tribes in the southeast who were ....
Superintendent of Indian Affairs of the Southern District, John Stuart, in 1771.
Facts about Seminole Indian food, clothing, houses, villages, art and crafts,
weapons and ... Other Seminole people still live in southern Florida today. ... In
colonial times, the Seminoles adapted European costume into their own
A fierce, proud tribe of Florida, let neither three wars with the United States Army
... The term "Seminole" is a derivative of "cimarron" which means "wild men" in ...
The Seminole Wars in Florida lasted from 1821 to 1855 and delayed the ... The
development of the Southern states disrupted the boundaries of all native ... Wars
of 1813, their ability to adapt to such European ways as wheat farming and cattle
Even when the Europeans arrived, at first they were not interested in the area of
Florida, but showed more curiosity toward the southern part of the nation ...
Patchwork clothing, considered by many to be the Seminole's traditional dress, is
really ... These migrations were the result of the European political situation in ...
Weakened by war and disease, Native peoples of Florida banded together with
members of other tribes whom Europeans had forced southward from their ...
Romans' General Map of the Southern British Colonies (ca. ... Beginning in the
early 1500s, Europeans and Africans reached the land that is now known as the
EUROPEAN DISCOVERY AND SETTLEMENT IN FLORIDA 1492-1821 ....
During the First Seminole War (1817-1818), Jackson captured Fort St. Marks on
the Gulf of .... Within several weeks, Florida joined other southern states to form