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Indigenous people of the Everglades region - Wikipedia, the free ...

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The indigenous people of the Everglades region arrived in the Florida peninsula of what is now the United States approximately 14,000 to 15,000 years ago, probably following large game. The Paleo-In...

What did the Calusa Indians eat? | Reference.com

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A coastal tribe in southwest Florida, the Calusa Indians primarily lived on foods that they could get from the water. They caught catfish, eels, oysters, lobsters, ...

The Calusa: "The Shell Indians"

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The Calusa Indians did not farm like the other Indian tribes in Florida. Instead, they fished for food on the coast, bays, rivers, and waterways. The men and boys  ...

Southeastern Agriculture | Native American Netroots

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May 6, 2011 ... The farming practices of the Southeastern Indians did not rapidly exhaust the soil. ... Thus, when beans and corn are eaten together they are a good ... A number of tribes in Florida, including the Timucua and the Calusa, ...

MANATEE FARMS & MANATEE FARMING - via eco capitalists ...

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If “sea cows” were farmed like other cows then people could eat them, they ... as does the strawberry festival, tomato festival, rib festivals, seafood festivals, ... Florida Indians hunted manatee to supplement to their diet and may have .... The early Florida Indians like the Calusa and Tequesta used them not only for food, but ...

Seminole Indian Weapons & Tools | Our Everyday Life

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Seminole Indian Weapons & Tools. by Kenrick ... What Did the Chumash Eat? What Were ... Which Indian Tribes Fought in the French & Indian War? About the  ...

Expedition Magazine | The Calusa Indians: Maritime Peoples of ...

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The Calusa Indians: Maritime Peoples of Florida in the Age of Columbus ... source of food was the sea, and virtually all evidence suggests they did not practice ...

Fontaneda - Florida Keys History Museum

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... the Calusa Indians, rescued at age 30 (1566) and wrote his memoir in 1575. ... Fontaneda did not say where or when he wrecked or who, where or when he .... The Indians also eat lagartos (alligators)," and snakes, and animals like rats, ...

Teacher's Guide - Historical Society of Palm Beach County

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Paleo-Indians that came to Florida over 10,000 years ago. The native ... their food . The Jeaga‟s diet included game animals like deer. They also caught food from the sea, such .... most south Florida tribes, the Calusa did not farm. Instead, they ...

Tequesta - Palm Beach County History Online

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Did you know the Tequesta Indians ate Manatee? ... They relied mainly on fish, shellfish, nuts, and berries for food. ... Prior groups of Paleo-Indian and Archaic period Indians left few large sites in South Florida to study. ... the Tequesta never became a large or powerful tribe compared to their western neighbors, the Calusa.

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Where did the Calusa Indians live? | Reference.com

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The Calusa Indians lived in southwestern Florida. ... These native people grew minimal crops, surviving mostly on fishing and hunting for their food. With the ...

The Spanish and Indians in Florida, 1513 to 1527 | Native American ...

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Oct 24, 2013 ... The Spanish and Indians in Florida, 1513 to 1527 ... Smallpox had been carried to the Calusa by Native people from Cuba. ... as laborers, sexual partners, guides , porters, and suppliers of food. ... Even though this was one of the largest Apalachee villages, the Spanish did not find the treasure they were ...

How Indians Cooked Their Food- Dr. Quinn Times - DQ Times

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Most of the first Americans liked their food well cooked. ... In this connection it is well to note that the Indians watched their pots, and that they did boil. They also ...