FLOR500, Garden 436 Seminole Indians (Early 19th century–present) Their numbers devastated by the costliest Indian war in U.S. history (Second Seminole War, 1835–1842), they took refuge in southern Florida, having never signed a peace treaty. There the “Unconquered Seminoles” bloomed into a sovereign nation that today embodies the spirit of Florida through their perseverance, pride, economic successes, and connection to the landscape.
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Seminole Indians

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Seminole Indians 

(Early 19th century–present)

Their numbers devastated by the costliest Indian war in U.S. history (Second Seminole War, 1835–1842), they took refuge in southern Florida, having never signed a peace treaty. There the "Unconquered Seminoles” bloomed into a sovereign nation that today embodies the spirit of Florida through their perseverance, pride, economic successes, and connection to the landscape. 



 




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