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Program: Unconquered Seminoles

In the 1700s, Europeans dubbed the Indians living in Florida the "Seminoles" - the "wild ones." Three wars were fought in the 1800s to remove the Indians from Florida, but the Seminoles survived - and never signed a peace treaty. The unconquered Seminoles adapted to life in the Everglades, eventually thriving in the modern world while preserving their cultural traditions.

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Post Date: December 6, 2010