DescriptionSeminoles: HOSTILITIES COMMITTED BY THE SEMINOLE INDIANS IN FLORIDA DURING THE PAST YEAR. 31st Cong., 1st Sess. SED49.: 1850. May 21, 1850. 173pp, disbound, first several leaves foxed with some light browning, remainder of text quite clean. Very Good.
The Seminoles now residing in Florida "are the wildest and fiercest remnant of a tribe which has been distinguished for their ceaseless opposition to the arts of civilization." The Secretary of War suggests "sending a delegation of their tribe, which have emigrated West, to visit their brethren in Florida, and explain to them the advantages of rejoining their tribe." FIRST EDITION. Howes S283. Gilcrease-Hargrett 341.
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