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Osceola: Seminole rebel. New York: Chelsea House, 1994. Blassingame, Wyatt.
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Notices of Florida and the campaigns. A facsim. reproduction of the 1836 ed., with introd. by O. Z. Tyler, Jr. Gainesville, Fla.: University of Florida Press, 1964. Covington, James W.
The Seminoles of Florida. Gainesville, Fla.: University Press of Florida, 1993.
DeVane's early Florida history. Sebring, Fla.: Sebring Historical Society, 1978-1979. Ervin, William R.
The Seminole War: prelude to victory, 1823-1838. Holly Hill, FL: W & S Ervin Publishing, 1983. Fairbanks, Charles H.
Ethnohistorical report of the Florida Indians. Tallahassee, Fla., 1957. Kersey, Harry A.
Pelts, plumes, and hides: white traders among the Seminole Indians, 1870-1930. Gainesville: University Presses of Florida, 1975. Lancaster, Jane F.
The first decades: the western seminoles from removal to reconstruction, 1836-1866. 1986. Moore-Willson, Minnie.
The least known wilderness of America. Kissimmee, Fla.: Claud F. Johnson, 1917. Mulroy, Kevin.
Freedom on the border: the Seminole Maroons in Florida, the Indian Territory, Coahuila, and Texas. Lubbock, TX: Texas Tech University Press, 1993. Oeffener, Barbara D.
Chief: champion of the Everglades, a biography of Seminole Chief James Billie. Palm Beach Fla.: Cape Cod Writers, Inc., 1995. Pratt, Theodore.
America's no-surrender Indians. Greenwich, Conn.: Fawcett Pub., 1959. Riordan, Patrick.
Seminole genesis: Native Americans, African Americans, and colonists on the southern frontier from prehistory through the Colonial era. 1996. Snow, Alice M. and Susan Enns Stans.
Healing Plants: Medicine of the Florida Seminole Indians. Gainesville, Fla.: University of Florida Press, 2001. Weisman, Brent R.
Like beads on a string: a culture history of the Seminole Indians in northern peninsular Florida. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 1989. Weisman, Brent R.
Unconquered people: Florida's Seminole and Miccosukee Indians. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 1999. Wright, J. L.
Creeks & Seminoles: the destruction and regeneration of the Muscogulge people. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1986. Articles
Blackard, David M. "The Seminoles: Resiliant Runaways."
Forum. Fall 1992, p. 10-15. "Florida's Emerging Seminoles." National Geographic, November 1969, p.716-734.
"Florida's Seminoles." Miami Daily News. Reprinted from Staff Writer Cecil R. Warren's articles.
Vertical file--INDIANS--SEMINOLES (General) Folder II.
Gassaway, Carolyn. "Black Indians in the Seminole Wars."
South Florida History, Winter 1998-99, p. 10-17. "'Give us twenty-five years’: Florida Seminoles from near termination to self-determination, 1953-1957."
Florida Historical Quarterly, v.67, p.290-309. Goggin, John M. "Indians in Florida."
Vertical file: INDIANS--SEMINOLES (General) Folder II.
Hann, John H. "Late seventeenth-century forebears of the lower Creeks and Seminoles."
Vertical file: INDIANS (other)--A-L.
Kersey, Harry A. "When moral imperatives clashed: Andrew Jackson and Osceola."
Forum: The Magazine of the Florida Humanities Council, Summer 1995, p. 11-15. Knetsch, Joe. "Southeast Florida in the Third Seminole War: Roads, Scouts, and Expeditions--Part I."
Broward Legacy, Winter/Spring 1999, p. 38-45. Knetsch, Joe. "Southeast Florida in the Third Seminole War: Roads, Scouts, and Expeditions--Part II."
Broward Legacy, Summer/Fall 1999, p. 22-34. Mahon, John K. "The First Seminole war, November 21, 1817- May 24, 1818."
Florida Historical Quarterly, summer 1998, p. 62-67.
"Missouri volunteers and the Battle of Okeechobee: Christmas Day 1837."
Florida Historical Quarterly, Oct. 1991, p. 166-176. Peithmann, Irvin. "Notes on the present status of the Florida Seminoles."
Southern Folklore, September 1959, p.155-168.
Polk, Brian L. "Lessons from the wilderness: Factors that affected the United States Army's campaign in Florida during the second Seminole War."
Broward Legacy, vol. 15, n.1-2, 1992, p. 36-42. Porter, Kenneth W. "Origins of the St. Johns River Seminole: were they Mikasuki?"
Florida Anthropologist, vol.4, no.3-4, Nov. 1951, p.39. Smiley, Nixon. "The First Floridians--A Trail of Tears."
The Miami Herald, Sunday, July 4, 1976, 14-L. Straight, William M. "Dr. Jacob Ernst Brecht: Missionary, physician, and friend to the Seminoles."
Journal of the Florida Medical Association, v.80, n.9, Sept. 1993, p. 605-612. "Unforgotten threat: Florida Seminoles in the Civil War."
Florida Historical Quarterly, v.69, p.300. West, Patsy. "Reflections--Slavery's ugly legacy."
Seminole Tribune, March 14, 1997, p.3. "The white man's ways are catching up with Florida's Seminoles."
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