A tribe of Native Americans who inhabited Florida in the early nineteenth century. After fighting a war against the United States to keep their land, they were forcibly removed to reservations west of the Mississippi River in the 1840s.
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But the Seminoles did so playing a relatively light schedule against relatively lackluster opponents.
The Seminoles had just beat Idaho 80-14, and Winston was a top contender for the Heisman trophy.
On December 7, the Seminoles will play the Dr. Pepper ACC Championship Game in Charlotte.
It was a party of Seminoles who had come out of the everglades like the bears to gather eggs.
Annutteligo, a hammock brought to notice in the late war with the Seminoles, in Florida.The Indian in his Wigwam|Henry R. Schoolcraft
The Seminoles had lost heavily in the war, but as a nation they had gained some things of great value.
As might be inferred from this decision, there were some Seminoles whose loyalty to their race could not be counted on.
The War Department had been expecting some hostile act on the part of the Seminoles, and was ready for war.