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Statehood for Florida:
The Second Seminole War : Chapter 5 - Lesson 2
pg. 205 - 209
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What did the Seminole Indians banded with Osceola expect?
The Seminole Indians banded with Osceola expected him to...

- lead them in the fight for their lands against the United States.
What did the Seminoles call their shelters?
Chickee
When was the Indian Removal Act passed?
The Indian Removal Act passed in 1830.

From 1829 - 1830.
When did the Seminole Indians agree to leave their land in Florida?
The Seminole Indians agreed to leave their land in Florida in ...

- March 1833, when they signed a treaty to move west.
What happened in the Second Seminole War?
In the Second Seminole War,
- thousand of American soldiers were sent to push the Seminole Indians out of Florida in a brutal war,
- crops and livestock were destroyed and
- the Seminole Indians were pushed south.

Who designed the Indian Removal Act?
President Andrew Jackson designed the Indian Removal Act, and worked in 1829-1830 with Congress to see it passed.
How did the Indian Removal Act affect the Seminole Indians?
The Seminole Indians and ...
- all indians living east of the Mississippi River had to move west to the Indian Territory in Oklahoma.
What two events lead to the Second Seminole War?
Two events that lead to the Second Seminole War are ...
- the attack and killing of General Thompson and an officer outside Ft. King, and
- the attack on Major Francis Dade and more than 100 soldiers on a march to Fort King. Only three soldiers survived. This became known as the Dade Massacre.
Where did the Seminole Indians who remained in Florida after the Second Seminole War live?
Many of the Seminole Indians who remained in Florida after the Second Seminole War lived in the Everglades where they learned to live on the watery land.

Did all Seminole Indians agree to leave Florida?
No, all Seminole Indians did not agree to leave Florida.

These indians banded together
under an indian named Osceola.
massacre
A massacre is ...
a killing of many people.
How long did the Second Seminole War last?
The Second Seminole War lasted more than a year.
In March 1837, the Seminole Indians agreed to leave Florida.

The war officially ended August 14, 1842.
Many Seminole Indians continued to fight
and started a short Third Seminole Indian War
between 1855 - 1858.