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Miccosukee Magazine TV
The Miccosukee Magazine television program is a Portal Between Worlds -- from the Miccosukee community, to South Florida, and beyond. We are concerned with Culture, History and the Environment. We explore these themes by telling stories of the Miccosukee Tribe of Indians and the South Florida community which they are a part of.
The Apalachees of North America
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Apalachee: Salem Press Encyclopedia
The Apalachee, a branch of the Muskogean language family, lived in northwest Florida along the Apalachee Bay.
Choctaw: Salem Press Encyclopedia
The Choctaw, a subgroup of the Muskogean language family, first occupied portions of present-day Mississippi, Arkansas, and Alabama. By 1820 the Choctaw were considered part of the so-called Five Civilized Tribes because of their rapid adaptation to European culture.
Creek: Salem Press Encyclopedia
While tribal tradition held that the Creeks, or Muskogees, originally came from west of the Mississippi River, they occupied large areas of Georgia and Alabama by the seventeenth century.
Choctaw Nation by
Call Number: EBook
Publication Date: 2007-07-01
Choctaw Nation is a story of tribal nation building in the modern era. Valerie Lambert treats nation-building projects as nothing new to the Choctaws of southeastern Oklahoma, who have responded to a number of hard-hitting assaults on Choctaw sovereignty and nationhood by rebuilding their tribal nation.
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The Florida Museum
The Florida Museum of Natural History is a leading authority in biodiversity and cultural heritage, using its expertise to advance knowledge, solve real world problems, and impact public policy and perception.
Title: Three Indians and Dog Standing in the Snow n.d. Painting
Subjects: Creek (Muskogee)
Creator: McCombs, Solomon 1913-1980
Contributing Institution: National Anthropological Archives