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  1. Tribes of Native America - Seminole
  2. Native American Tribes in Florida: Alachua Culture, Battles of the Seminole Wars, Black Seminoles, People of the Seminole Wars
  3. Oklahoma Seminoles Medicines, Magic and Religion (Civilization of the American Indian) by James H. Howard, Willie Lena, 1990-02
  4. Seminole and Miccosukee Tribes of Southern Florida, The(FL) (Images of America) by Patsy West, 2003-03-26
  5. The Black Seminoles: History of a Freedom-Seeking People
  6. The Seminole Freedmen: A History (Race and Culture in the American West) by Kevin Mulroy, 2007-11
  7. Native American Tribes in Florida: Choctaw, Indigenous People of the Everglades Region, Seminole, Calusa, Timucua, Tequesta, Apalachee
  8. Coacoochee's Bones: A Seminole Saga by Susan A. Miller, 2003-12
  9. Creeks and Seminoles: The Destruction and Regeneration of the Muscogulge People (Indians of the Southeast) by J. Leitch Wright Jr., 1990-09-01
  10. The Seminole and Miccosukee Tribes: A Critical Bibliography (Bibliographical Series : Newberry Library D'Arcy Mcnickle Center for the History of the) by Harry A., Jr. Kersey, 1987-11
  11. History of the Second Seminole War, 1835-1842 by John K. Mahon, 2010-03-24
  12. Removal Aftershock: Seminoles Struggles Survive West by Jane F. Lancaster, 1994-10-20
  13. Those of Distant Campfires: The Unconquered Seminoles by Sandi Towers, 2001-11-12
  14. Nations Remembered: An Oral History of the Cherokees, Chickasaws, Choctaws, Creeks, and Seminoles in Oklahoma, 1865-1907 by Theda Perdue, 1993-10

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5. Seminole - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The Seminole are a Native American tribe originally of Florida, who now reside primarily in that state and Oklahoma. The Seminole nation emerged in a process of ethnogenesis out of
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Seminole Nation of Oklahoma

15,572 enrolled
Seminole Tribe of Florida

Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida

Regions with significant populations United States Oklahoma Florida Languages English Mikasuki Creek Religion Protestantism Catholicism Green Corn Ceremony Related ethnic groups Miccosukee Choctaw Muscogee (Creek) The Seminole are a Native American tribe originally of Florida , who now reside primarily in that state and Oklahoma . The Seminole nation emerged in a process of ethnogenesis out of groups of Native Americans, most significantly Creeks from what is now Georgia and Alabama , who settled in Florida in the early 18th century. The word Seminole is a corruption of cimarrón , a Spanish term for "runaway" or "wild one", historically used for certain Indian groups in Florida. The Seminole are closely related to the Miccosukee , who were recognized as a separate tribe in 1962. After an initial period of colonization in Florida, during which they distanced themselves increasingly from other Creek groups, the Seminole established a thriving trade network during the British and second Spanish periods (roughly 1767–1821).

6. Wild Cat (Seminole) - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Wild Cat Wild Cat , born Coacoochee or Cowacoochee (c. 1810–1857), was a leading Seminole chieftain during the later stages of the Second Seminole War as well as the nephew of Micanopy Wild Cat was born to King Philip (or Ee-mat-la) in Yulaka , a Seminole village along the St. Johns River in northern Florida around 1810. Wild Cat may have had a twin sister who died at birth and, having been born a twin, he was regarded by the tribe as being particularly gifted. As tensions mounted between Seminoles and local settlers following the purchase of Florida by the United States in 1821, Seminole tribes encouraged the escape of slaves in neighboring Georgia in reaction to encroaching settlers who began settling on the Florida coast previously occupied by Seminoles. At the start of the Second Seminole War , the nineteen-year-old Wild Cat gained prominence leading a band of Seminoles and Black Seminoles until his father's capture and imprisonment in Fort Marion in 1837. Although some of the Black Seminoles had fled to Florida to escape slavery, most of the Black Seminoles were free descendants of Black Seminoles who had lived in Florida for more than a century.

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