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Cover photo of Unconquered People, Florida's Seminole and Miccosukee Indians by Brent Richards Weisman


  • "Florida's Miccosukee Indians: A new look."  ALOFT, March/April 1979.
    • Vertical file: INDIANS (other)--M-Z. 
  • Kersey, Harry A.  "The Miccosukees: Florida's oldest new tribe." Forum.  Fall 1992, p. 16-23. 
  • "The Miccosukee Tribe of Indians in Florida."  Provided by Governor's Council on Indian Affairs, 1974.
    • Vertical file: INDIANS (other)--M-Z. 
  • Tiger, Stephen.  "A History of the Miccosukee Indians."  Feb. 20, 1989.
    • Vertical file: INDIANS (other)--M-Z. 
  • Yonah, Tsani.  "The Miccosukee Indians, Part I: The promised land." Gulfshore Life, Jan. 1986, p. 86-93. 
  • Yonah, Tsani.  "The Miccosukee Indians, Part II: Prelude to destruction." Gulfshore Life, Feb. 1986, p. 176-183. 
  • Yonah, Tsani.  "The Miccosukee Indians, Part III: Patriots in warpaint." Gulfshore Life, Mar. 1986, p. 82-83, 142-145, 148-149.


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