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by Harry A Kersey

Author: Harry A Kersey
Language: English
Publisher: University Presses of Florida; First Edition edition (1975)
Pages: 158 pages
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This study examines the nature of the Indian trade on the Florida frontier at the turn of the 20th century, and focuses on the reciprocal economic and social relationships which developed between the trading familes and their Seminole clientele.

From these initial contacts with white traders, as well as with the missionaries and government agents who inevitably followed . Over 14 million journal, magazine, and newspaper articles.

The purpose of this study is to examine the nature of the Indian trade on the Florida frontier at the turn of the century, and to focus.

By Harry A. KerseyJr, Gainesville, The University Presses of Florida, 1975. Lucius F. Ellsworth (a1). Provost, Alpha College, The University of West Florida.

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ISBN13:9780813005157.

MacCauley, Clay 1887 The Seminole Indians of Florida

University Press of Florida, Gainesville. Lewis, Timothy R. 1997 Pioneer Settlements in Rookery Bay and the Ten Thousand Islands: An Archaeological and Historical Approach. Master’s thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of South Florida, Tampa. MacCauley, Clay 1887 The Seminole Indians of Florida. In Fifth Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology, pp. 469-531. Bureau of Ethnology, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. oogle Scholar.

The author has made extensive use of oral history from tribal elders as well as the memoirs and records of Florida congressional leaders. Harry A. Kersey Jr. is a professor of history at Florida Atlantic University.

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This study examines the nature of the Indian trade on the Florida frontier at the turn of the 20th century, and focuses on the reciprocal economic and social relationships which developed between the trading families and their Seminole clientele.