Seminole by Sarah Tieck

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28 About 1700 After Spanish explorers introduced horses, the Cheyenne moved to North Dakota. Eventually they began hunting buffalo and became nomads. This dried food helped the buffalo meat to keep for a long time without going bad. It was also portable, so hunters could carry it with them. Today, many Seminole live in Oklahoma. Some remain in Florida. ” — Osceola 30 Glossary ceremony a formal event on a special occasion. consistent being unchanging in actions or beliefs. custom a practice that has been around a long time and is common to a group or a place.

Protect (pruh-TEHKT) to guard against harm or danger. renewal the state of being made new or fresh again. reservation (reh-zuhr-VAY-shuhn) a piece of land set aside by the government for Native Americans to live on. slave a person who is bought and sold as property. traditional (truh-DIHSH-nuhl) relating to a tradition, which is a belief, a custom, or a story handed down from older people to younger people. com. These links are routinely monitored and updated to provide the most current information available.

Slave a person who is bought and sold as property. traditional (truh-DIHSH-nuhl) relating to a tradition, which is a belief, a custom, or a story handed down from older people to younger people. com. These links are routinely monitored and updated to provide the most current information available.

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