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    Kenneth W. Porter æ 3 summary free download · eBook or Kindle ePUB æ Kenneth W. Porter free read The Black Seminoles History of a Freedom Seeking People I read this approximately 15 18 years ago after I met with Cynthia White Wolf Parker Who was a well known speaker on the Native Ameri

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    (EBOOK/EPUB) The Black Seminoles History of a Freedom Seeking People Loved it From the birth of John Horse in Florida until 56 years after his death in Mexico this is the little known story of the African people who resisted the brutal slavery of the American Sout People who fought along side

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    (EBOOK/EPUB) The Black Seminoles History of a Freedom Seeking People A further homage to Black History MonthReview of The Black Seminoles Authored by Kenneth W PorterReviewed by James Victor JordanA hi

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    (EBOOK/EPUB) The Black Seminoles History of a Freedom Seeking People free download · eBook or Kindle ePUB æ Kenneth W. Porter An incredible history told via the story if one man John Horse The history is pieced together from military record

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    free read The Black Seminoles History of a Freedom Seeking People (EBOOK/EPUB) The Black Seminoles History of a Freedom Seeking People free download · eBook or Kindle ePUB æ Kenneth W. Porter A rather dry academic history of a remarkable peoples' origins and migrations throughout the 19th century Occassionally reads like a list of various skirmishes as the Black Seminoles fought against and then with the US army

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free read The Black Seminoles History of a Freedom Seeking People

review The Black Seminoles History of a Freedom Seeking People × eBook or Kindle ePUB Ought with them in the Second Seminole War and were removed along with them to Indian Territory where they struggled to remain free To prevent reenslavement their remarkable leader John Horse led much of the group to Mexico Recommended” Library Journal  “Porter spoke directly with Chief Horse’s descendants and with older black Seminoles who either knew him or had heard first hand stories about him A gripping account of a people’s struggle both for identity. Loved it From the birth of John Horse in Florida until 56 years after his death in Mexico this is the little known story of the African people who resisted the brutal slavery of the American Sout People who fought along side and sometimes on their own against the American army and their Indian allies for their freedom and land they could call their own for themselves and their descendants Their story caries them through the 1st 2nd and 3rd Seminole Wars the longest guerilla war in American history sporadically from 1817 until 1858 and the Indian wars on the Texas frontier They fought against the American army in Florida escaped reenslavement in Indian Territory what is now Oklahomaa

free download · eBook or Kindle ePUB æ Kenneth W. PorterThe Black Seminoles History of a Freedom Seeking People

review The Black Seminoles History of a Freedom Seeking People × eBook or Kindle ePUB “A powerful and stirring story” San Antonio Express News  “An epic tale of desperate unwitting fugitives who would without exaggeration defeat armed forces both white and Indian make possible settlement of the West earn the country’s highest military honors and have nothing to show for it” Miami Herald  “This fascinating story chronicles the lives of fugitive slaves who aligned themselves with Seminole Indians in Florida beginning in the early 1800s f. I read this approximately 15 18 years ago after I met with Cynthia White Wolf Parker Who was a well known speaker on the Native American experience in the early 20th Century She had been born of White parentage only to be kidnapped by a Native American tribe in TX where her family had lived She was located and returned by the gov t to her parents but if I recall correctly she was kidnapped again and remained She married a man within that tribe I being fascinated by the people s who were once residents of FL Though I graduated and was a Florida Seminole I learned next to nothing in High School and zilch in College I started digging Most of the tribes that once resided in Florida were

Kenneth W. Porter æ 3 summary

review The Black Seminoles History of a Freedom Seeking People × eBook or Kindle ePUB And freedom” Naples Daily News  “This book’s sweep is broad its story is provocative and the human saga it evokes is compelling No exercise in political correctness this is a detailed factual account of a remarkable people’s struggle for survival over multiple generations and in the face of calamitous challenges This history will surprise while it intrigues Kenneth Porter has made an enduring contribution for which we are indebted to him” Tampa Tribune ?. A further homage to Black History MonthReview of The Black Seminoles Authored by Kenneth W PorterReviewed by James Victor JordanA history of a freedom seeking peopleIn the late 1700s and early 1800s African slaves in Georgia often escaped making their way to Florida where they taken in by Seminole tribes becoming ostensibly Seminole slaves It was not a master slave relationship as the Africans had endured in the United States The relationship was symbiotic the slaves and the Seminoles lived cooperatively and harmoniously and had mixed race offspring Eventually the black Seminoles fought beside their kinsmen defeating the United States Army in the first 1817 1818 second 1835 1842 an

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  • The Black Seminoles History of a Freedom Seeking People
  • Kenneth W. Porter
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  • 14 April 2018
  • 9780813044880