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Seminole History - Florida Department of State

Seminole history begins with bands of Creek Indians from Georgia and Alabama who migrated to Florida in the 1700s. Conflicts with Europeans and other tribes caused them to seek new lands to live in peace. Groups of Lower Creeks moved to Florida to get away from the dominance of Upper Creeks. Some Creeks were searching for rich, new fields to ... More

Timeline - Seminole Tribe of Florida

The Seminole War. Often called the First, Second, and Third Seminole Wars, the conflicts of the first half of the 19th century, were in fact one long battle waged against the Seminoles, killing and pushing survivors further into the South Florida wilderness – or removing them to Oklahoma in the Seminole’s own Trail of Tears. More

What were the effects of the first Seminole war on the ...

The Seminole were forced to move onto a reservation. The Seminole were given poor quality land in Florida. What was the outcome of the first Seminole War? She previously worked on the Britannica Book of… First Seminole War, conflict between U.S. armed forces and the Seminole Indians of Florida that is generally dated to 1817–18 and that led ... More

Seminole - Wikipedia

The Florida Seminole re-established limited relations with the U.S. government in the early 1900s and were officially granted 5,000 acres (20 km 2) of reservation land in south Florida in 1930. Members gradually moved to the land, and they reorganized their government and received federal recognition as the Seminole Tribe of Florida in 1957. More

Explosion at Seminole Classic Casino injures more than 20 ...

Seminole Tribe spokesman Gary Bitner said contract workers were servicing the fire suppression system as they do every six months when one of the lines to a gas canister ruptured causing the ... More

Indian Resistance and Removal - Seminole Tribe of Florida

Unlike the "Trail of Tears" that took place in a single, dreadful moment, in 1838, in which several thousand Cherokee people were sent on a death march to the West, the removals of the Seminole people from Florida began earlier and lasted 20 years longer. More

What were the effects of the First Seminole War on the ...

The Seminole villages were burned by the US troops. The Seminole population was reduced by 50 percent. The Seminole willingly signed the treaty to end the war. The Seminole were forced to move onto a reservation. The Seminole were given poor quality land in Florida. The Seminole promised to leave Florida within three years. More

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Seminole Tribe of Florida - Wikipedia

The Seminole Tribe of Florida is a federally recognized Seminole tribe based in the U.S. state of Florida.Together with the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma and the Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida, it is one of three federally recognized Seminole entities.It received that status in 1957; today it has six Indian reservations in Florida.. In 1975, the Tribe established tax-free smoke shops and ... More