7 edition of The Black Seminoles found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -271) and index.
|Statement||Kenneth W. Porter ; revised and edited by Alcione M. Amos and Thomas P. Senter.|
|Contributions||Amos, Alcione M., Senter, Thomas P.|
|LC Classifications||E99.S28 P67 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 284 p. :|
|Number of Pages||284|
|LC Control Number||96011055|
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A further homage to Black History Month Review of The Black Seminoles: Authored by Kenneth W. Porter Reviewed by James Victor Jordan A history of a freedom seeking people In the late s and early s African slaves in Georgia often escaped, making their way to Florida where they taken in by Seminole tribes, becoming ostensibly Seminole :// Details of the relationship between the Black Seminoles, the indigenous Seminole tribespeople, and the governments of the US, Spanish Florida, and Mexico, especially during the lifetime of John Horse/Juan Caballo.
I had known of him and his role in the The Black Seminoles book Seminole War, especially after the death of Osceola, but this book expands and deepens › Books › Politics & Social Sciences › Social Sciences.
Kenneth W. Porter, former professor of history at the University of Oregon, began researching Black Seminole history in the he died inhe was still editing the pages of his life's work. Originally published inhis book remains the definitive work on the :// Book Review: THE BLACK SEMINOLES: HISTORY OF A FREEDOM-SEEKING PEOPLE (Kenneth W.
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Senter (University Press of Florida, pages, $). Black Seminoles were enslaved Africans and African Americans who, beginning in the late 17th century fled plantations in the southern American colonies and joined with the newly-formed Seminole tribe in Spanish-owned Florida.
From the late s until Florida became a U.S. territory inthousands of Native Americans and freedom seekers fled what is now the southeastern United The Black Seminoles: The Black Seminoles book of a Freedom-Seeking People - Kindle edition by Porter, Kenneth W., Amos, Alcione M., Senter, Thomas P.
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Black Seminoles—Gullahs Who Escaped From Slavery The Black Seminoles are a small offshoot of the Gullah who escaped from the rice plantations in South Carolina and Georgia.
They built their own settlements on the Florida frontier, fought a series of wars to preserve their freedom, and were scattered across North America. They have played a University Press of Florida Book: The Black Seminoles.
Contributors: Kenneth W. Porter, edited by Alcione M. Amos and Thomas P. Senter. ISBN Numbers: Subject(s): History - ?id= A powerful and stirring story, The Black Seminoles will appeal especially to readers interested in black history, Indian history, Florida history, and U.S.
military history" --Front flap Includes bibliographical references (pages ) and index pt. War and Peace, Florida, 1. Their Best Soldiers Are Black. This Savage and Initially classified in official British documents as "slaves" and detained in Nassau for one year, the Black Seminoles were eventually allowed to return to their landing place at Red Bays, Andros Island, to live as free people.
The late Elsie Clews Parsons reports in a folklore publication that "from about tofrom the Florida everglades region, Negroes with Indian blood migrated to The Seminoles were never defeated and to this day, technically and even though Seminoles fought for the United States in the First and Second World Wars, a state of war exists between the United States and the Seminole people.
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University of Central Florida anthropologist Rosalyn Howard's new book, Black Seminoles in the Bahamas, traces the flight of about Black Seminoles The black Seminoles fought with the Indians in the Seminole wars and followed them to the Indian Territory of Oklahoma and the torturous mile midth century trek to :// Free Online Library: The Black Seminoles.(Brief article, Book review) by "California Bookwatch"; Literature, writing, book reviews Books Book reviews Native Americans.
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