Title: Mystic music of the manatee
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Title: Mystic music of the manatee
Physical Description: 2 leaves : ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Liddle, Carl
Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration for the State of Florida
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: S.l
Publication Date: 193-?]
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Subject: Seminole Indians -- Legends   ( lcsh )
History -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: non-fiction   ( marcgt )
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Statement of Responsibility: Carl L. Liddle.
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General Note: Typescript for the Federal Writers' Project.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002069676
oclc - 34127746
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it .the Bradenton Palmetto and Manatee section, *but t
to the croon the tida waters of the Manatee River. To









tidal waters was a marvelous event; but to the Seminoles, the







river was the abode of spirits and the haunting, -ysterious -





vi cinity.tof Banatee, prior to and during the sColumbian period.,','.
oManyyears agoneo the Ie ugendc enyas s ago
fear. Soon others, followed in wi ft pursuitand vthe. watched -
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from the shore say many queer'parcels dropped-over /the' side 'or^^^^B
the leading cronvessel. All exceptrin-twogof andthe Spaniards-for o


tmaidalen watose asn was marvelous event; buter than the Skin ofeminoles the ,pai
river with golden hair, of appeared. In he hand she, mheld terou


object fro them from the iewnt weialusa ndianels ho ved n the

fvi -cint or lad mo se e in iwPd P the Co lumbi an ri Ao
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hiest the Boradenton had their tradi tonal .tbeeInni cio "their..
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plwetany years mno o" ,so the. legged eten90ea'trs agol

craft tith .huge r n hcame glitdd upa the :Mrantraee R iiv. To'.

them. the roohers, whisweringe,- and the fuwatchel


the readings vessel. All. except .bto ou::the Spaniards-tfoes:t0



maiden tose aboden fa spi.rits and th e: hutn te thi ous

me and was othe "Msie 'Msi .ofn thr Mhanaee e aheld ha etr

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this tale is bid present by iss-Eva Gate r


.daughter of the1 pioneer Joesia Gates. Today ~iss .Ga s is


teaching school i"n anatee CounY... Since the dredging of the ""
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thve. treasure bu ri ed there.s l c

blisters, but it still can be heard today, faintly, soft ly-- "


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