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Florida Indian War
         "In 1817, General Andrew Jackson went into Florida and burned every Seminole village he found. He burned his way to the Spanish fort in Pensacola; he then took the fort. With this threat in hand, President John Quincy Adams then demanded that the Spanish government restore order. In 1818, Spain ceded Florida Territory to the United States." - quote from the Web Site.

Florida's First People - Timeline
         Tampa Bay History Center. Timelines back to 12,000-8,000 B.P.

Native Americans in Florida Gallery
         The images in this section have been grouped into 14 galleries:  Native Americans, Arch Creek Historic Site, Crystal River State Archaeological Site, Indian Mound at Deering Estate, Jacques Le Moyne Galleries, Lake Jackson Mounds State Archaeological Site, Letchworth Mounds State Park, Madira Bickel Mound, Miccosukee Nation, Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale, Native American Artifacts, Native American Weapons Reproduction, Ortona Mound and Portevant Indian Mound at Emerson Point.

Seminole Tribe of Florida
         History, Culture, Tribal Enterprises, Government, Etc..

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