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Asked in Native American History
What are the customs of the Miccosukee tribe of Indians?
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What languages are spoken by Miccosukee Indians?
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What actors and actresses appeared in Miccosukee Sports Rap - 2001?
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Where and how do Miami Indians live?
The largest population of Native Indians in Florida is the Miccosukee Indian Tribe. They are descendants of the Lower Chiaha, a Muskogee Creek tribe, and have had centuries of relations with the Seminole. Their reservation is divided into three sections in two counties of southern Florida. Their total land area is about 332.183 km² (128.256 sq mi). For more information about the Miccosukee Indian Tribe, check out http://www.answers.com/topic/miccosukee-indian-reservation?ff=1
What Indians lived in the Florida panhandle?
The Choctaw, the Creek, the Apalachee, and the Miccosukee tribes origninally inhabited the Florida panhandle. In the 1700's, the Creek and the Miccosukee tribes allied with other northern Florida and and southern Georgia tribes to fight the European invaders. Later, the alliance became closer and formed the Seminole nation.
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Asked in Native American History, Florida
What are all of the major tribes in Florida?
Tribes that lived in Florida at some time in their history include: Choctaw Creek Appalachee Miccosukee Timucua Ais Calusa Jeaga Tequesta Although they have become a tribe over time, the Seminoles were originally a mix of natives from the Miccosukee, Hitchiti, Creek, Oconee and other tribes as well as some African-Americans.
What languages are spoken by Seminole Indians?
Muskogean and Creek Creek and Miccosukee refer to http://www.native-languages.org/seminole.htm The Seminole Indians speak two different languages, Creek and Miccosukee The Seminole People speak traditionally Muscogee &/or Miccosukee but in this day in age We speak English too. they spoke in moskogee (easy)