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The Creek, Yuchi, and Yamasee Indians were called the Seminole Indians by what year?
The Creek, Yuchi, and Yamasee Indians were called the Seminole Indians by 1760.
alliance

alliances
alliance means partership

alliances" means partnerships

British formed alliances with Native American groups. Together they would fight against their common enemy Spain.
What country established colonies directly to the North of Florida?
Britain established colonies directly to the north of Florida.

The British established 13 colonies.
raid
A "raid" is a surprise attack.
What were the results of James Moore's
attack on St. Augustine in 1702?
The result of James Moore's
attack on St. Augustine in 1702 was:

- everything was destroyed except the hospital and the Castillo de San Marcos

Who were the Seminole Indians?
The Seminole Indians were the Creek, Yuchi, and Yamasee Indians who moved into northern Florida.
Who was James Moore?
James Moore was the Governor of the British colony of Carolina.
Did James Oglethorpe attack Florida?
Yes, James Oglethorpe attacked Florida, in 1740, at Fort Mose.

When Oglethorpe reached Fort Mose, all the people were gone. So, Oglethorpe burned Fort Mose.
(The people had gone to the Castillo de San Marcos.)
Who was James Oglethorpe?
James Oglethorpe was the founder and Governor of the colony of Georgia.
Why did the Creek and Yuchi Indians move to northern Florida?
The Creek and Yuchi Indians moved to northern Florida to farm and hunt.

These tribes were from Alabama and Georgia.
Why were the British unhappy with Florida?
The British were unhappy that runaway slaves from their colonies were welcomed to Florida.

Because of this distrust the British were hoping to capture St. Augustine and drive the Spanish out of Florida.
Where and when did James Moore attack Florida?
James Moore attacked St. Augustine in 1702.

Where did Governor James Oglethorpe go after attacking and burning Fort Mose?
Governor James Oglethorpe ...

- went on to attack the Castillo de San Marcos, but
- could not capture the fort, even after bombing it for a month.
Did James Moore attack other Spanish claims?
Yes, James Moore went on to destroy more than half of the Spanish missions in Florida.
Why did the Yamasee Indians come to Florida?
The Yamasee Indians were allies of the British that came to Florida to fight Spain.

Some Yamasee Indians stayed in Florida.

Like the Creek and Yuchi, the Yamasee Indians farmed and hunted.
What happened when James Moore attacked St. Augustine in 1702?
The attack of St. Augustine, in 1702, by James Moore,

destroyed everything in St. Augustine except the hospital and the Castillo de San Marcos.
cimarrones
The Spanish word meaning "runaways".

Native Americans Indians who came to live in northern Florida were known by what name ?
Native American Indians that lived in northern Florida were called the Seminole indians.

The word Seminole could come from ...

- the Spanish word cimarrones meaning "runaway" or from the Native American word meaning "free people".
Did the Spanish rebuild Fort Mose after James Oglethorpe burned it to the ground in 1740?
Yes,
- Fort Mose was rebuilt by the Spanish in 1752,

- after James Oglethorpe burned it to the ground in 1740.
" Colonial Florida - Growing Distrust "
Chapter 4 - Lesson 1
pg. 161 - 164
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