Nikkanochee,Prince of Econchatti

Nikkanochee,Prince of Econchatti

Seminole chiefs, Fort Moultrie, South Carolina

Seminole chiefs, Fort Moultrie, South Carolina

Attack on Fort King by Native Americans under Osceola during the Seminole Wars, c.1835

Attack on Fort King by Native Americans under Osceola during the Seminole Wars, c.1835

Seminoles Ambush a Us Marines Supply Wagon, 11th September 1812 by C.H. WATERHOUSE

Seminole Indians Ambush a Us Marines Supply Wagon, 11th September 1812

Seminoles Ambush a Us Marines Supply Wagon, 11th September 1812 by C.H. WATERHOUSE

Itcho Tustennuggee (Seminole Chief) by Charles Bird King from Pablo Prints,  lithograph,  (1785-1862)

Itcho Tustennuggee (Seminole Chief) by Charles Bird King from Pablo Prints, lithograph, (1785-1862)

US Infantry Seminole Wars 1838

US Infantry Seminole Wars 1838

Natives of many Southeastern tribes as well as escaped African slaves found refuge in Spanish Florida...

Natives of many Southeastern tribes as well as escaped African slaves found refuge in Spanish Florida...

Seminole village of thatched shelters in the Everglades, 1800s. Hand-colored engraving of a 19th-century illustration

22x18 (58x48cm) Framed Print of Meerkat looking away

Seminole village of thatched shelters in the Everglades, 1800s. Hand-colored engraving of a 19th-century illustration

Noco-shimatt-tash-tanaki, Chief of the Seminole, c.1858. Portrait of a Seminole native American chief, Noco-shimatt-tash-tanaki, translated as Grisly Bear, c.1858. The Chief is seen wearing a magnificent short jacket, headscarf and tasselled belt.

22x18 (58x48cm) Framed Print of Meerkat looking away

Noco-shimatt-tash-tanaki, Chief of the Seminole, c.1858. Portrait of a Seminole native American chief, Noco-shimatt-tash-tanaki, translated as Grisly Bear, c.1858. The Chief is seen wearing a magnificent short jacket, headscarf and tasselled belt.

Seminole escape from  SAINT AUGUSTINE (FLORIDA)

Seminole escape from SAINT AUGUSTINE (FLORIDA)

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