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Taino Timucua Tribal
Taino Inter-Tribal Council and the Taino Jatibonuco Tribe of Boriken as a tribute to the Taino Timucua people of Florida.
Timucua: Salem Press Encyclopedia
The Timucua (or Utina Utina, which means “earth”) is a collective name for early tribes living in northern Florida. The Timucua may have been connected to the Muskogee group, which dominated the southeastern quarter of what would become the United States.
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The Florida Museum
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The Florida Museum: Old Spanish Mission (Potano)
Old Spanish Mission found near Gainesville. The Potano Indians—a sub-group of the Timucua Indians—and Spanish missionaries abandoned their village and the San Francisco de Potano mission, founded in 1606 northwest of Gainesville. Florida Museum of Natural History archaeologists recently unearthed long-sought structural evidence of the mission...
Information provided by the Fort King National Historic Landmark Foundation; City of Ocala, Florida; Ocala Recreation and Parks; and Marion County, Florida.
The Ocali were the first historic people known by name to live in what is now Marion County.
Title: "Of Florida" 1889
Creator: Jacques Le Moyne De Morgues (Original); Copied by John White
Culture: Timucua Indians
Contributing Institution: National Anthropological Archives