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Seminole Tribe & Indian Removal

HS 308 Fall 2013 Final Group Presentation
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Stephanie Falksen

on 21 November 2013

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Transcript of Seminole Tribe & Indian Removal

The Seminole Strategies of Resistance to Indian Removal Policies during the Jacksonian Era
FONTS

Indian Removal Policy
1st Seminole War
1816-1818
Treaty of Moultrie Creek

1823
2nd Seminole War
1835-1842
Maroons
Treaty of Payne's Landing
1823
Seminole Removal
Enter
Gender Roles
"John Horse" was of African-Seminole decent, but was still able to earn a place as a warrior and was recognized of a sub chief.
John Horse
Famous defender of the Seminole tribe and was an outspoken opponent of U.S. expansion.
Osceola
Leader of one of the last groups of his people to remain in Florida fighting against the U.S.
Leaders
Billy Bowlegs
Black Seminoles&Seminoles
Black Seminole
WAR
War Map
Exit
Housing and Transportation
Clothing
Art
Culture
Removal & Wars
Removal Route
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