Group Title: The Hendry County Reservation : : it's past and future, congress willing
Title: The Hendry County Reservation
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Title: The Hendry County Reservation it's past and future, congress willing
Physical Description: 11 leaves : ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Sanderson, Isabelle
Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration for the State of Florida
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Place of Publication: S.l
Publication Date: 1936]
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Subject: Seminole Indians -- History -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Indians of North America -- History -- Florida   ( lcsh )
History -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Statement of Responsibility: Isabelle Sanderson.
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General Note: "July 28, 1936."
General Note: "June 12, 1936."
General Note: "Seminole Indians."
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'4
-~t
V.~Pr
*- -


Miami


bus


driver


tells


indina
r'


paeet*#,er who,
*- *. C : *- *


oni
- -.iti


Sea Hleleah


uea,


recently,


to-r


fares


before


:, N. 4.~ *d


W8 a


all


the 4irr


about.


Kac.b-"
**-4(4


: .,


"Why'd


7yo


that?"


eaked


rna at oni shment.


7*~ .~


"Zike


hear


the


bell.


resp ended


tti


ThdJa n.


"Why


3n't


ring


anyway


" laupbs d


Big


Boe
F


dow~


town


la t er


*3rlrer


in sid.m.


Tai -


ha pp ed


S00
'l aami,


ie d ent a


.*1
tha*


'aflf ltt


TnMaYmIOHr t


where


e.1 butt


n fp*
n...~-


able


lead


Hen dry


Count


!rvrti&C


- *4
Mfl- l.,


Imokaiett


* 4,"
fr .'-


* Sha


th fi


wma


-that


region


eomethinp


the


Sai:ioles.


earlyy


reocmtia&tion


the


Women's


National


Indian


Aes oselati
*.. J --.-.l .


.* ,


s Ores


were


'bo ht


tb e Goernment


ImuokBlee


. J*


Brecht


The


sppo inted


site


wase


Seminole


ahosen


Agent.
.4 C


its


great
1 .


e4-

eleovati ona~fr Pr~
S -~


feet.


"The


Govrnment


stayed


him


truly


han4aome


with


sawmill,


farting


Sirpletments,


mules


a wagon,


oxes


cart,


2 logging.


carts,


eays


Roy


aseb


his


most


interesting
-* *


comprebenaive
-


tlst


report,


PongrssM,
. .* k


Seminrole

February


Ilatame
. .


1931.


( D onnment


Whea


514),
. '


prt
' '*
* -' '>3,*


prse nW
- .^ r.


f the eqtt]


- -


- -r -n


8roke.


i yeMt


later.


- -


W82L


rmla sed.


*in fat .


Od6m


-.


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Is-


Kin


b epnese


rr.


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rig,


.he present


irto


Re.


Wa d


tawpt


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.' *r1.. ... ,4 ..: S.e; a -
Sanderosn Otnol&d' i '
Re 12, 1936 :
freel7 ozf r e b UihlfBtd3ofeffBflPsr 'swrial elm aid, even 8.
far as refu Pa 8tmetaE mtroNl6B*lttseI3,dGfO1I of rz lV
from the m rehouse *.... .h hope that h the Idiatne nmfight be m -n
A Miatai hbus driver tells of an Indina peasenaer who, on leading
permanently to the local y was not reallz.L ... tbe .ood doctor. .-..,
a Halebh he, -reently,. 1 fur fare before the diner knewat i
Swa8 dealing with bunters and not farera." ,
it was all about. .. .
It was through Dr. Haoht that "onErsse began 2. paulrin land in
S Wy'd yau do that" eo.tske4 inastoeni n et:
-.. -What is now Hend?y ountyat. he m area t rmLuate wered old i n -
like to hear the bell rini," -responded the Ind a. .1
1904, leaving th. presNt f.edars., hcldinga at ,6I, aaes, in tb
"Why didn't you let him ring it anyway," lauhed -the ia Bta,
State of a-sh 1.7,280 ye 1r Mendry Count:i. u. Heeh eee4 th
Swntown later, whn the driver reported the inoidaentt.
*i fth In. in .e w '3 the r,? .' Shis happened in MIami, .bu it is closely akin to inddents th at
.o to the InJi.:., the ltan i pur hsed in an .t ;mat t. se.ars norn
Took paloe year ago at Imokalbe, the town where the all but npaa-
*t Ul ieminlo ore oPf 0 th% -la d h.Iay er 8.ct-.a .:l asisg, Ht- 'o41 aq to.
* able trail leads into the present Hendry Coanty Reservation. -
'her ar f'.v epa ate parcelss <*- la^c noluded in Ine HanniAy 'aa
SIt was at Imokalee, I/9/ that the first attert wau.Mie In
County reserai;!on. ,he sour sneller psarses tlynf to th wet are.
that reg ion to do ao mething for the S ainoles. early in 'e ninetK
..i a little drier than the rest, and better uaiuted for graistlbWt b
at the reooameAdation of the Women's National Indian Ass o oatim
have never been regarded a8 prrt of the aota reervation, w
.80 aoree were bought theOov ernent at Imkaee, and r. .
inoludea a traot of 17,000 area.
Breoht was app ted eminnt ole 'Aet. S.
Sahe lan in this traet inlndee land in.the ,rgladea, tnpt
he dte was hoaen -beoause of'Its great evatt FO-'ror
Sawegraes marsh. jorderinA on that is pralrie roaen-u b ama
of o feet. "he movement taryed him oat in trpl htandraej atj1
dense hardgrowth, ovyreea heads, ponda and a tfw s
with a sawmill, fringe a1b MtwO 1 "mf te anm a waon, 10 an
The prairie is oover by ea 4 So n6 ne oS water the we
a art, 2 losing ar as o ash in ohistint ti a
season, but ge oonaider.e as ood grazing land oapablo af pare .aa
Soo0p0h ensio report, hogs. da (PO3nt14. ,a9
000 hed of oe'tl. of oa Many r o .
to* the l1st oogresn nlMry 17' 198 1 hen ia rt of the erop
oould produce good garden trek in the' dry seabonb. aneS n 1 goeO
aE 4ua'" a,.-'." a -a ~a'',,n. 4 w l a Ta.af n ," "*.


q




A -~-,- --r-~iFC.~"~py C


PSi.


freely offered benefits of the school and
in tlo'?iu, although ultiately, d-est ned


far as
wrtould
froam t
frcm w
p sran

was de

I
int efz
what i
submit
1904,
puts tu


stat
andi
if t


go t
enda
the
"r 0 ,3t


refusing to
do aso fro ma
he warehouse.
blo~h out si
ently to the
Instead of be
aling with hu
,hse al aply
t was through
'era with .his
a now Hendry
lto rvo re th
leaving the p


pon hi .0o
of tick


,ricieont tr t
he Indians w
rib Off!-.-:i
o the Indian
ti.ns tc iho
Seminole soB
reioital irve
there are I
ids. In 191


aooept a
tual ca

4o aid. w
loosality
i nr hoat
nt ers an


board

* hope
oal4 ..b
was n
U, e ,t o
d not


from th
over a. 1
> that th
Ie able t
ot real
r the ov
farmers.


esenta al .st tem
Dr. Heoht that C
frend.e. to .follow
County. he 80
ation.s and ,limita
resent Federal' ho


17,280


a


S.
01

d

3
Ii.


al
a't

on
of
ti:
ve
th


County reservation.
: special comi nsi cner,
a little drier than t
Somperable to that-of


hae never
established
inoludes a
faany caQP


The


been
head
tract
as p'.


land


a


h
t


as h~ has


w
't

e:
o


are


or thosa
come to
sn Af&a!
lad wasa
the Iiend


been


Hendry


whi
the
ra

t
0:
h


other material ail
;o basatyue. ase a
e mill or a handfih
.*g peri od of utrnl
e Indians might be
3 sitald4 l as
zed... the good- do
ernment; cr: acr ent
U


a,. fr a
ngress
T *A


any c3taide
began aoqui:
ian life


for
ring
ar.d


I, Find
B. wan

* nO
lotton


lit


o'f pga t,'.


aores at ianaaae were sold
t ions .except .tqse which n tu
a1dgs at 86,667.72 aoreg, i
' coizstomed te frog teadltio
County. Pr. Heoht bellevs
:h he wol'nt arjl7 -es s-,.*
reservation, the reservation
- not *' ^ *rli .a


puroba sed in an
8aainut future


the land they were aotua
"tr: fbut otherwise .R~
separate parcels of land
e Hrv, Lu4lnO A. Spencr,


the
a
he


regarded
qoartera
of 17,0
uslblAs


this


, four emill
enthui la ~;r
rest, and b
. Brecht at
as pirt of
t1. Miami, :


00
He


tract


feature. the Seninotlw at. f
saw-grase marsh. Bordering*
froa the' government.
dense hardgrowth, oypress h
Inapector W1.8. Colesn
The prairie is covered by f
when wr. Spenoor was. on .the
season, .but isa onsidered ai
Guard. Air.- Oolewana. invetl
2,000 head of battle and a
cllsaed a policy of 'IbUSVOl4


oould produce goo
pretend either, as


d garden t]


.the gradual. s 4^' ,


amres.
ooald


er

ett

th
fro


include s


proels
d i-t r
er sait

ie aotna
ra whioh


littLe
land i


irrat wouldn't 3e~
on that is prairie


heads,
bwdn


ponds and
emporarily


lly
-Pt


tteupt
et48, S
using,
I-ndsian


included in
bro.e ht : 9
Slaying to t
est In the
ed for gras
,. 22 ,76ea5
1 reservati


pis eb


beyond tff
i the Wrer


accept.
broken


r


to

or
.a?


t
1t


oa l4

he B
s i?:'
II


ne
indl

be o
on.
visit


ladeg

by ha


a few islands
in charge in


rom 4 to 6 inches of
Mei osn border ia b
s good grazing land
Lgatioans led bhi. to
vast number of hogs.
mt .Assim lation" wh
ruok in the dry meas


water
the.
oapabl
belieT
am


loh
I on.


ai
il


Sper23ua. aon


1
e6


I


pet


ahia
Ad a


fri I
2 a 4
n lus *,


in the

*of pai


*sbh P1
413
wt

Ituzsjn.r


a in M(tt he
of the hbenoo,
ht beb intqr.
mnting i ood.,
the .Seminole,


r
n
11


in
the

that


e.


sh :



I,S
1 .I
dry
i'


SIa


;t.h
**
'


:
h


Lw


I


r


I


1 .


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*.- .
CI


.2r '


.. ,m *:mrr r;-


f*ar::'t


coo I


:f aliOtglt atixt24LaWcOqtcLme*i4 itS


d Mt eo t .2oD


sofroA trteshe ta


fml5aFwP


,to0aS !l*@otgof sp, na


oatlA

tbitgstit il,


td qfa ia tAh~ W~*g
I


the


Gov ernment


on. aooont


of past


WrAJ3ooYg!4.


fotrto
'as


:th shia


no.4


*to0gfl ot htv


a2'li


at~st~u~~ai #11
itM -a^
-7f


t et ofto irestdlotl


1$4a1t %PRs rf9!iaSgY?


ture


Opat satpOnhb imopr o h fat S e


has


been


aooust omed


from


tradition


StribalAarornithqapqngw1i


h o-yJunv .


The'Offi ee~tf


Inldin-rAffatr dAid,.


not.-,a ooept
.- .^, 'a S.*-


reoom-
r *t_


0 se
. .5 ,g A /


hod.l:ont tWa.


lan da nmAts


, investigter,


;p ltogaggywiae# olpeyp


-ti3 1a$rfl


n lori da ih efnai IS c thb& w eey.


-hif4eik43


3Spqeoer
I,. -'-


bcg. .S14.,4%.. .
b~~to~ a 46* 4LPi~~B*


oner,


ethglgpm


and


interest


the


Indians


-w


41m9 e^WSFyff9*b


biuto tb


tin


afl $fl


iffa ,


ePil


P&A$,eni^


fb fl


4d ^Mp &YW9ALW6


Me,


I.


re7 n


'rwef


atttf


0a43ApoA1g&2!ot1l1pp i; 14J#1;


OatDota


9I s pAs rA WI;


t'- ggJ national


frnlAt 1$mtt om.aXo4xAMAe 'MWt'


tis AS


station"


which


inter-


.........


aS.. a .aaA.naL. JA4d LAmaaaa An af the a.Salnala


ho a


it aS


a 81?9 i .-


abpy~t


tasO.7


;,1 '.*


afcl JBs sak fll


gdA<
wU.k'.


aggy
-A- v K-/1


WWten


oftelshta^ &


oef*.


OPL,


*&wP4 .f ^W ^it


sBH


Aitflol


astnexen





'Page


he iF to buy,
nareti, 't
nurse, o0or,


(fate


*0 es
of the
woles
where


oo at. A


feoilities


"The rpo1li tye
has permitted the


tab.ish in In
reservation,.


self-
necesms


gov


U
ctnn
* -.i f


it


for providing


Indians to


grasrial
grasis


su3'po tin .. ..
try, and -etter


lands,


AS


own


an'


farmer,


mill


- -* -


shoool,


for


(uaf tain '3
no battle)
y4 Y: ,


best


aoon


road.


Indian


the
4a


hasmooke
^1 -'ri1


* :*-


.


hospital,


babies
* Lt..%


faniotg
.crida Semil


ditoh
eaTs


0.?,


cattle
Do the


only


five


Cmros a
Seminole


Ov' de i
oJeman


The


sol d


tt th


border,


Sindinns
months in


.e to boe
affairs


oodst
into


-:a


will be e
Florida.


planted
and pro


a**f a


oonoret e


I.e '


headquarters


e snenoer went
*. penoer went


r' nsrap oe
Grank i


on a
opeded


form.


&*


the


scal


put


o raise
Brandon


the


'n nrc-tion


- *-. --4. .
-. A ~.s- *S .4...
4 2


agency was


enty


-, .


to Franoe,
cattle and


took


charge
enalva


reoommendati ons


'hie


moved


from


Liai


after


aDoe


;Er T
*^ ^ 4


Pot


j5ent


to


eyers. w


and


stooking


for the w


noles. 1


rkL,


p. .


a hingto n


it t th


the


approved


the


*C. '.*


battle.


largest


i Mr. Spenser rz


isted he be given


his


idea
*r^


hrandon


: iYt *-
*< ~~ A^


fencing


the


- *' 1- *'


was


appropriation


Turned


'i. .


given
.-c' -i ^


ever


Si t, r


fitm


Wae .r


made


Franoe,
?r'c^-lI


reserrs tie


,- '* -


- *


around


920,000


- '.lV V"


for


en


the Setti-


Brandon


ins-


a.e


ths


a


we Tr


wpt i-n
baptian


L b'oeliev
Spenoer


took


,r:n ce
olJr e
oh rj e


self--


again


-upf:


as special 1


oomnissioner


-. ;r-.


SYears. o'
In charge


The (
19 20, 20


rage,


the


Seudioles,


out lOO.C t~
sootions,


estab ist
by more


than


an., -


in November,


'as


12,8eo


a ores,


very


had


3Ve leg 3prs :
milea of fence.
5o :'te cik of f


1919.
r .aht.


been


i-e h6


Before


"-4


emolosed,


eeul


the


end


indu stria


as a


stat-


battle
sndstit


f1 r"


ra ir


Ii'.i.


.3 A.


^red-


frank Brown
tc r!.


nroestaly


- -- w- -a -


1 a.A


wp^*ot


;*_ .


ebu.


: .,


J


.'i l


or i


as a


.*.ots


A,At


LII ~


--w! I


w


_


*


eable


"=he


W


3uffi


inA t




Pasgp 5


labor


defir.i t La
oaretakerl"


building,


n' -: :: :.;


what


purpose, ?


afford


home


for


art~i.


"Sinoe 1919. "'rerorTd Jr.
"The policy being persued,"


iations has
to establish


and
noles
the
these


Crops


etj.3, aptatn
wrote Captain


been uide four whteh ?he
an industrial other that


he -ouPse-a n upkeep of
self-esupporing.t.. .A


mejor purt of
little will 1


the'
"the
aIn
are


use and
Indians


en00e
oon a


her ll
mll


end
the


-10
- *


eake


ar "no st fpr-
enoer in 1981, "is

the florida SeM -


earasn s ha3.
herd is well


absorbed
established,


e meLper ccpro riations. ivttimr very little
sold to the Indians on the reimbursable plan.


'enefl t
will be


Jo nabe 1pan6,
to be planted


members of he
vide foodstuffs


Irdioan
remote


and
and


Affairs o
to make the


ais C ou.4 i ,
unprofitable.


* &4. a*


B proposed


:ri bt, i
for home


of the Indians.
enoearaged to


one
t wo
con


raise


battle


a meeti of several
seale suffioientyl


3
31


bippidon ho
shipping of


herdl?


to


enlpyr
"a ^
eoBltr


improvements at the industrial


mtion.


tI
e ^


1st:


and


hogs.


extensive


1' d
..,O '5t.~


industrial


at rhese autn lnesto o
anyt thing but livestock


their


Indian


nt, er.
center


labor


ex lu rely
exilsi vely


center is


too
th*


impractical
q3 re:v s.
4 %:(4~ ))' ~


in L kin-
in making


in otder to provide them with


necessary


3f the
living


wlp ade ant
will provide a


si A sad
expenses


n income.


heu1less ho
until ohb


i.penft ofr
i proper


that thei riht -.a'e a
time as their crops and


;ne white fat-i.r
appropriations are


hbrds


and oea tle-
provided for


'sen.
this


work,
, ^. ,^


believe it
S t :
- p:.
- .*.


years."
"They .naintai rJd that
the outlook in 1922 was


customer
ion esta


but that
lished for


the
the


and woald adnwn-,e or
for the past year owing


people
mny of


faot


'At
that


than -ould b e
these Indians


conference .,e
funds were


-to adopt this tu-
ndiean tplpyymnt


-tig
Dig


made


not


self-supporting


within


five


old In inns would never adont
very bright. "The industrial


enterr
resa


p osible if
are anxious


in 'Washington
available for


asco
has


livn na
unds,"0


they liv d
to settle


late
the


st.on of the Indiana.
has been necessary to


nation was ordered ol 3ed o
their old fields, mhich they


n June 0~,1928.
are holding on


been


at a


and wte
wrote C


in Indian
here, but


in Januarr
purohas6 of


white
stat-


f-upport ing
standstill


twog @ wite
n Spenoer.

owing to the


it. was
cattle


decid so
or


:'t:?e Hndry county t3eser-
keep them scattered on


ly


as squatt ers.


"The Indi
Owing .t o
nr1t4m ha1r '


land 3~,
failure


ooncl ide4 Captain Specer b
of all their orops, it has


tn nbasr snA 'n rnhtntna nt


the


'as-


.r ffully,Et 11
been neoesnewy


1 w 11,e the fmainfn


*The


'


pro-


Orn.


ragPjly
to lat o




a Wje Y6


v. *, and ? i"0
defintelyaoandned.


Jhas3
Ie
has


", r orte'
rep orfed


e 9kea -
em made


c. .3*efr
Er. Sjaoer,


rom
fa ,zT


-24
toe


that
I3r.'.
24 t.


herds


l.a-c
at


a.


year,


ooa d


Sno a]
repair,


be paro


3


ppropr-
prtven
1eet,


4e.


on ehs las.r paep
necessaa, upkeep


lured. and to
eheaj'or part


or the n
0o t1e a


t on
ger


has


demand. Not a head of
appropriations, leaving


ao orbed


ettl,
very


was put
little


land ad at r.
e use' and benefit


was


1926,


On
members


he igrib e19, it
the tribe, It


Ba"
of

at
as


S'8s death
Idians.


a meeting


was


IV I7 Syr
abaon 1


Snd an8 oorii a4 b 1qe
inians oould au quire'


%o.


8 .-<
money


^1^
Sthis
thfe


c her
herdi


01


rn of hi1
proposed


;his

mof


i, ae be
saved be


cretaker on
reservation


their


own.


ae:f4:7, da e7
used for Dthe


several

Sask the


uHit'? i
until


we a
was


the


p erst


influential


SE.0
Ooumi
a sI*:
ft'


I


oare


snob
bash
he ::


also


Spen er
sei oner

time as


req st ed
requested


he.ii? se pSa
the siOk and


indigo t Iinians


the
Tf?


all
men.


'r
oares


aM senter the


thereby


freeing the


&e M ok and helpless


e41emend t
employment


183.


waenfle.


men


thS fall
--hey maintained


that


"Wstv1 m that h oPaers.
onatoms, ou hat the young


nea' *. de
an wola a


bleowa
people


so orlff
oe more


when #h
a1 would


wer
oh

the


of "the


pom



old


yong

that t

white


n'-t


on t


Indian


and abl


Mn?!


.e-bodied


*- :*o r"'
* .- i -


hey
., < ..


might
t h:


farm rs


Should


auya Royo ash, od e
r generation should be


of ary bird Ccsrty
rapidly by living


tried to'broubeat I
be pofalble if the


and.


' his
lived


way
in


5.' A -


from


.4
* 'a*


luoe


the


and oattle-


-- '^r s
*.Ltla


-. ..
S-ye


t,?


tion


never


adopt


b C


- I

*4


white


how


self-support ing


to having
rking sea


his


brains


White


- inwtth
Indian


January


owlvsr
was


and a bmo
decided


a rti
lug'


ion


Indians.


the


Hmanry


County


Remer-


ArArv
ration was


dollcsie


ualti


doai*~ e* oea on
ortered olosee on


landt.


cnfreDcena
stooke and


one-henred and
June 0.,19S8,.


ion;
oonblaued


Captain


n Washinaten whi
product a of the


er-


ho


8penoer ho:
ch 3:osed 1
rane 'will


bial


pef lly,


he
be


Hendry County
the leading


i n es o f in
oon rwooe in


at aS


3a a 3yr-
n lat in


^ ~s p -
-^ ^'.e 3t '


e'v n-


jc-ree.
l~ai one


I


L


all .vi9M:e
bullinge


e the Ind ias
of fenoes and


1929


.Int Afir : o
mai m o r a e o


that


ii**tC
of th


I


a hunting pa2t
settle et s.


S*airf


pro


BaKatSn


teyh e sa
lately be


n




.--* % 7 S. a. 'PS.] A ir'. r ) e". i S VT m W. J ..
^ep a


by ~I
by <,ivth


a ts


floridai


." ."4
. e..*A


25.*CM


eP8"'
er'


? rth


186
XOBasBV.


fit,


n8tn on t


nB. i len37
lands, give


eMn oyed, ainl


83: ini


srl85nimejSa


ofcgttit


SWitttb.


land, an& at


' 4as .L4-*.es.atife ^


ties.4pst


.8'e-t rsea Sation


bnoDvteL


great r


daath


no


On Karo


as


^ hia e t ne 1


aWoinhel 4il a' Ivb 8"4*ae oaretAbr


RHik

Sf
-~LAd


amounted


the huge


uc'f'- i
sam


-A


a uinthm.


all


6% i ae


t-O+ 4a


'eep


Wtthe


to0'.


miles


to addle horses,


^ie e 1 th
fErabe. alepn 1t


aya -r-'
d'ayan


night
'1e


ra ttisna&kes


"wlelt ph-ttrol-"


S'e p-la aet
tlerpalieto.


')fl U...
Nr:


ask' e
a~sked


h'alt s~t
ka.6tto


L e
A3 i v


thee


'tht


uppos ed


t o 'keep


hunters


off


the


reservation


all


ti nes.


Che


narisa8 w"- Se


74
'ted,-.-


*
andl


"were rea teAl


the Semino'ae' sl rtd l
warned that t ere wetA


ie


fin) W'1rel i^ t'


Cit,
b ite


1ut f1;T


f* z.


BTbak


"oaRle~herW


4" "'


rt af
LOat


AVi


Ay iS'wrte'ay


ola *


"ikfJi o1e1 "na'eA .


Stp


"yra hr .'I'Wl ro ;ai.


Foi fh- aradea
OZ" 8DOJL 8


*.h jyr#i t i on
a iAf."


good


Indian


oor


^n hi l t
~LjArmy duty,


lone n einedien thve proTv^h


i'a
a


and


iAe yt
aay


dialnter


A .


erson ,


i.ebamne


conferanoe


Washington


wh iho


closed


the


Hepiry


Comt


- *


e A


-aN .


rfl^-


but


rr* bnad


ann


In dian*"'


-^t


. Martleaon/8 WDOHIAa g)L'OOer


agreed


-. et


^rtjp- *'Mi


to 8urrnaer] on dea.


%FiPPa's


oo.n r


y 1 t"*


o -, S


u lJiis:


a1 t ,ley,


".let t ei''Om"


a.ss ld ton


he waa


hmit&.


5ar"


&#Vhkh*


^."


*Has.


As aptoethy19tnff1 S


on +1


Rks" i^^ 4>S .


^;:it


MpHaHWW,


tke




yiga


fpt'C tfl


aisplao'


for6i ''h'atlt s


to h


'.-- *-
.. .S I.


So 'lnd


so peo ;'in


1926,ei'bttt at


Se e


iaeo1a t res a id ePtma -i to


bdfsitgg


3,fnn


w** I
ft *i.


iIth4 edpinMr 1ffl0)M iihtie'o


ntigithard7ae


Ih2 tatesU t


mibra' 1' st ao rt hejndid y


kaesei nBfa p1tAianlSpenAr' huir a*


Ibegie


id3o3ete fjth69hu By:


imatalutlay'


Coumt Tesea tien


Btoi*


rflhg titn6htflt hr itu ;


doinir-Ahla6dbi taf

egretenrby berintlE


trageay


butf lg e t


the


ogttheandry.l


the, datbhaof 6 s


Gbefrliia


*oftthbSe8


'3ole.Shndata


t)Mdfttlt e pareffrs^he ebat


eie'6lete


fo rthelr


welfa te.


et.. I


ithOiland ears h noes ;


Soondladedsa'


LN ah "there i11 mot


'ro6gnlisable Indtan i


bl6od


the Stat6


no1rfdai fifty


eijrd 'hefloe


hno 'one will


question


theirr


right 8asu)


.1 11ifttl-l edg8d


oltiu 8ae-- Seuiol eo8,


'a oh ebtanding


hi : oawn


feet will


Shave Obeaeom


lorliianae


-A&efl6anas;


* -


"*;it ;2i


onO4St


'Wen:


thae,


"he 4tBka


Sattemp t


'white


man'


the


Sain dl'ae's


rai dly


pos bible


'iljaglfahlae^ babtbrpti pof3


htile


nati


St Ihatfoa lly


** aT


*ho ne.!


senc i0


9 -
* .1


- ia Aha. ange ,i B8 at!


naeqabs


n9 i i
ITnine.

t104 los J.lhre


fit'jaOthinj


ibtfnit .1y'ire1i


brjprtait ii


otittir


AiH brS ifid8fttrial


Riu wittlychsttnofle PtenglnitfLin


paetltiuig'- int b1 tbte'Bth' oatur tabr-
p4


tlBehtatanarph'p ai


wlt3f41b


."*


ktt q
flt- ."A


akigh


Candy


-thf tlherb i imrnefmfleas a


Inhian-'tO


a poorwhbtes


tse


di thIf4y
ratth1B794tal1l


t o2b ooE up@Si progribese


sttublingealbao


bzjatian 0of


4 tTal"


aib'rgaithLatenTnAnaltaht 8


int'egrat 1tn


*t;a


Sei nc


today


S121


on8ide


1 .9J*


1of


1
- A -


Tirl


ao :


z' eesi


--


e nty


rlteot


mitafn^ i


oasmed


nri r he a.^o rf ing


thii


be a


'dKr69


' 6n"


".8tvlliian."n;h


tgoine 6


6fto


"iaty$134."ri^sl?.


Squa




Ar-
fS


the


6b18


er
6ve


*.1 .


Sem~JtooPm..-r srTolaA.s o a a tlpn
e ^tB~oi^^37Sf nscot::e ou ainess, S ve


a9E


S ie t


*T"" "


bPQ4 thA
b bi^?L ^dtte;


Rtape.F


ptmA?&ie


ms0irtsnr.e Vg? nr ?S


. o emrw1p
jl1^ tht


'S "U -g-3Pg r


p.al$:- M at14.pa ~ Prf*


..
Li PNZJPPA4sp kit


1APpnt north
4L '4 -


,p, the
*J i& --- 3


utIPA
. ..


hat5.U a* in flflA0fl


kPt for the -exolusive
-7! fes-d > 5? i FT 3i?-;-


eS e -o -rk a


,ti ? .hunting


rights


south


the


the *%P

Tazor'^z&St4JflSo


oAM


?ft hRgeM
~F~ ~mnW~


mif tPOpd
m.o?A f


Avt8ic'IW


o*ea solely .on aame iAS fa r
i t en aa is the ndtli
* j ? d ne o len arar tin oazntyl,


lWhi ^S -io?
4m5&. O I&, H%


: bA

precarious


lnoMWtSh MtPi


o .la on
oT~ Sd t~cCiC


ow&a Mr


ds ae


W&at.. 1homte and


1 & i %a .^ g


!hIq r Alt


.tsmet*4 t3eZ% t*P


.A IdWI A6i S tS Snl tg hee
: in~a stal~ ~2~8f~b-~~aes


A-


- .


t.. :- -
'"


Aq


4ith


a3


Spty


"a-"$ --


\
t

2?


ft^hem ^0 gl o^s ^0o^s
,~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ r a w ,. s.-. .


LL


Sprimiltiv e
vb- represent


.-

is a
Vills


3~0
therei. Id


sta ohit* tnelyl-


thagE g9 t a


SarM ?n


nt^ bsS Mp ^^ arb.s:4"At
nat cyermdfuMMMAp84et


anl)tsa W1


bWAa"




'i-' r


SV^ -3iW^V


* .7
* S.-


^ -*'-


i.9'
S~mbc


jtVt


-a the


-= *~ >
very b


a


k.' ". d9 1
A* t n ^^ Va
as oui of 1

anareeksc


.r attle.
;he oa t l'e


bluineos, "


'ha t
have g(
- a-


ep tenure rn til
os oattleon..a.


K 3


v twat pa4inrer Wb W

Sr anal 9.1
*ttt~~~~~~ttttt~~~~~
ifte'Sy~~an irftA vrl


zA-s
.fr g


roth .f ;an
to handle


e*rti on
I'H~fl'


the


!li?0 9


is an eap
. i A


initiation


teO now a)


a' d ..


re ino


It Boa &

0an bAft OW 0

&&6 hit beg

pl'61i looky 1n


learn


Mide and


hetd -ino ease8.


i.4 -ns-itA"O.


%ffealndW lMb


to* buikdC


1 e


.2 r
*thae


range


cattle,


ts "


i.t i'0erm


fi rett- ya
', } 3.h- -:
1-
S;rt"ia


-


rope.


WotO
two.


" I


ifei4rtS;t


ler i;
the

I ame


raie6 the into


" he


advised,
wa


a beef

Cypreas


rof
of


Govern
,,...* r; u
vOYOX'DI


Sso. e *i 1t


the


-type


uV h


em -' *11 -it.,


.- : .. -
,t employ


aa
sorely


develop


wa. at


the i fho
as the


btiBf'nes


oan


'otte


'enge


medt?"


7.B t


'~h1~


- c. **' .:..
: -
tI


s a
sat


* .4
) --


sold


them


r~are' '"***'~ .e l
* *0*** -. A*


on tersm


- i -
*- *1


*


they
-34 t e


nameAs trrhofs-8


-. 9no -o e
St Aii'nborae


raise


m-n :pi7
a heavy


lar.
lard


rt4 **: easog ,
-type hog tha


1-ia&.dtaa.k=" a'w


onR et


take


3r3 eoenr
residence
Pt


.it


-on^wrawar awrn*rwdation
r -


*91sY


one in


beWrsefW &iiwif$%t3 .fh, oaa 'U


b l)tr b'rMeedy- r


evstve


rocor


ov hi3 flndi


where


fo3r 7 ers--- since -
assisted to buy. boa e


ooC


i fl


toy


Oir
w^


Merle&


ehad cianan f I S only y
9 hand ndi oxait a Indst.ry, the


t -I.


orfl&tuture


those


who


elect


life


the


swamps


will


8 ecure


rega


Less


o&Thj r'tEi4 *icT'g7


a tipp
H^?~7.


ocus


si ihr if w


aeo1o
iA jir i A u J f r!Vatfi ra!Dok 0 or: ote ^ none
^her ril e others, *ih tB~y elect aWotwe


t Mi1i T "LaArti ?vantiakar e-
Sgateway.


e' e Stt


^ut


the, *< ^t 3 'a aont .. Ateret
ainois beyond blsmemtary


a~ a w'-


ndtias


oous e.o


chc


:e no atstake,


or ?9l dI
reading


.~ ~~~~~, ,-A-- .- n,


and


ziett-


the


down,
writing


4' lq a ar trn


A1


t2.-
-. th


ad :


I.


-* -- '7 *.r *
** I- *
the divilige'


frrom


__ _


--3 t


** (*'


-.


.. I r .*~..


1 .


* a


e anava -Sii .l? ). ** I" a t
"" adi6viosted ?i3lna b~~~bj~ "we ae elreoenueze
i ,r~~il _h~r. r ~ dii a i. uk ,e~


*


.ultf nfo w iw M Sh l


* w.y


A


*


oM


Sa e a., bu y


'E


bA


year


Sfi f


ht 1d *lrfa^&


:* Ho or


^oaW^ A


I




4 4-;


.rt
4


"Conoent rat ion


appealing


-e e


SBeervat ion,
on ic huSs
r Beervation
I?, 1937 ,


Whether


Pala Beach,
(It wil, a


their


on the HO.


and


(or


tht


:. R* '.**..'
t *%c'`~4
*#


the


self


* '


e8minolem


int est


gradual


eati:


Remer ati b ss


exolusion


an equal


or not


Florida.


best,


* Nash


the


require


reoo


. ed


of whit athun


a or-age


effort


will


8snO


many yeas; As WE


that


Indi an


head


by


Sania


Evergladee,


the county


seat


of Oollier


County,


so that


the


:--


agent


County


would


close r


Reservation


again


bulk


into


the Indians,


shape


past re


the


cattle.


the


-* *r
"totea,
-t- .43.
V '- .


fSq4
) *v.
* i^' 'o
- -


built


1980,


are


1323


li a. e


also


advised


paying


the


- .* -a.


oaretakor


on the


Apparent ly


-. amm


1916


during


county for


Slet


white


s of the


for it.


Board


are


reservation


nothing


the ra2m


the


wet


purpose


hunt ers


S5S.00


what ever was


season,


Snter


inwhere


was appointed
probably, a:


It was si
ohanges


:gg8ated
have 1


tl


to wric


long


oca i


instead


done.


of Trade dete


though


te*an3 &nd
ey dm't


with


Spia
the


passable


of 285.00


The


road,


d to hold a
enough in


attracting visitors.
belong-ia as bad


;s fl the ccmiz aaen
building s, rotting


the festival have an Indian


been


made


for


the


past


the en


four


month.


pe

Inotf


festive.


rt
li


hunting
A Cver.
as ee%


t and


thai


sea


-t
*- --*
~. &->..
of the

son t


. b


1% rals


Sit
sin<


be
*e ^ ^oy^


the Seminole


wrote


this


Indian Sun Dance.


rehemsire


report


his


findings-


according


: aoneny,
Seonsatructd
Ms lees


he Sun Dace aWns he
Assistant l0erk,


in the


ctty to


4 frna rrcoh 8th
lanian Agenoy,


house


Inidans.


to the
Bani


ThRy were


10th.


no changes, olu:


welaCmed


on the


lab


t by a


reception. Am02 the nYtewarthy
Yre Handry County Heeervati


Indians present were
on loom large on


Thundetrbear
most toua


Big Chi
ose a


of, Tony ibt., htis
road is indicated


obicans of New
'The tourist


York and
who atl


bro tber
frotr
fra m


Frank. einioles; and pinesase. SVr
Obalee, on oth er, none is itn


the Astees of few Mexico Chief Tony Ioule
eted to navigate- the wra we


Lakedt
oDoeI


the celebration as an opportnit1 to secure
road, eseoially in the wet season,


the re
ia aa


^-
1..
a :n
r
3i


L --


- -


a


- ~ I -u S


-A-


- A a


a -


a .eS e


ad


L.a ~


S
a..


- ---


years-


ed.
| 1 L~


J


Se-ct


* I"


L


L


I


lly in three or far p'l

rely justifable. hat I


Ster, omte ., Ct.o
Mns. ''*d aV at


tesful rt minr to boe. soa.




quarters be reaoved froa


aofSt


"t0o


ii


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