Seminole Indians

Did the seminoles have interactions with other tribes?


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2008-12-01 18:34:07
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Yes they did with the cherrokees they would trade food and clothes

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I believe it was the Creeks land they shared with the Seminoles.

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yes they did the were friendly the would trade food and weapons with the cheerokee!

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The Trail of Tears was the forced removal of several different Native American tribes. The tribes on the Trail of Tears included the Choctaws, Muskogee, Creek, Chickasaws, Cherokees, and Seminoles.

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They may have been very thinly spread compared to the population of the planet today, but they were all over the US and Canada. From Quebec and New England tribes, south to the Seminoles in Florida, and westward to the tribes of Washington and California. There were also many tribes such as the Arawak in the West Indies and northern South America, and the Aztecs and other surviving tribes of Mexico and Central America.

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They are legends at buffoal hunting at other tribes are not.

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The people that lived in North America before the 1400's were Native Indian tribes. The Inuits lived in parts of what is now Alaska and western Canada. The Sioux lived in the Midwest. The Apache lived in the Southwest. The Iroquois lived in the Northeast and parts of eastern Canada. The Seminoles lived in the south central area. There were also several other tribes that branched off from most of these tribes.

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Governor Claude Curk participated in a burying of the hatcher ceremony establishing the formality of peace with the Seminoles while in office in the late 1960s. For some reason the rumor persists that the Seminoles never signed a treaty. I am not aware of the true structure of the tribes of the Seminole nations and I am not qualified to speculate as to whether the chief that signed did so with the full blessing of all the Seminole tribes.

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