What the Creek did to get to Florida.
The Tribe that migrated from Georgia and Alabama.
People part of the Creek tribe.
These people were Africans who escaped slavery and helped the Seminole.
These were the people in America before we (Present Americans) came here.
The state the Seminole and Black Seminole lived in.
The people who owned Florida before we took it.
A group of people who do things and work together such as Creek, Seminole, and Black Seminole.
The name of the lake the Creek went to.
A group of Native Americans with a starting T.
A group of Native Americans with a starting Apa.
What is a type of boat people in use that's skinny.
Food people caught from the sea that they cook.
The type of people who took the land from the Native Americans (that became us).
One state that the Creek migrated from which is known now for peaches.
Another state the Creek migrated from.
The type of people the Black Seminole were.
People keeping people somewhere to do their bidding.
The Country that took Florida from Spain.
The war the Seminole's had.
What is an area of land controlled by a nation?
What the Spanish signed to give Florida to the U.S.
People who own Plantations.
A group of people who run a place.
What is a place the Americans set aside for Native Americans.
The place that forced all Native Americans living east of the Mississippi River to give up their land and move to the new territory.
Where the Indian Territory was.
A place that is named a River and a State.
Another name for the Native Americans.
The group that brought a group of Seminole from the Indian Territory to talk with Billy Bowlegs

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