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    thus causing students, parents, and educators to fail substantially. Consequently, approximately 30 percent of the United States’, over fifty-million students attending both rural and small-town schools, in order to improve innovation in not only Muscogee County, Georgia but other educational systems, I believe the three approaches…

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    In other word, Jackson’s message was favorable towards the Native Americans. He addressed and recognized the calamities and devastations brought on by early settlers and later the American people. Jackson believed that by moving the Native Americans out of the southeastern United States and onto the Indian Territory (present day Oklahoma) that he would be aiding the Natives in a manner that would assist in the rehabilitation of their culture and society, which has been under continuous attack…

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    Cherokee and Catawba 1702-1713 The Muscogee become allied to the British colonies and raid the Spanish Apalachee missions during Queen Anne's War 1733: After James Oglethorpe and his Georgian colonists arrive they begin trading with them which leads to establishing strongs cultural ties between the Creek and the Europeans 1775: Support British forces during the American Revolutionary War 1790: Under George Washington the Treaty of New York is passed, forced the Muscogee people to cede a…

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    Florida Seminole Tribe

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    The arrival of various Creek and other Muscogee people to Florida in the mid-1700s signaled the genesis of what would eventually be recognized as the Seminole tribe of Florida. These Indians settled in parts of Florida where the original, albeit much less in numbers, inhabitants of Florida still resided. Many of the Florida Indians by the time of the British arrival were trading for decades with the Spanish and its colonies to the immediate south. The Creek nation was a loose confederation of…

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    Abraham was born in Georgia in 1787 and later lived in Pensacola, Florida, where he worked as a domestic servant for Doctor Sierra, a Spanish physician. Abraham joined the British army during the War of 1812 because the British commanders promised freedom to slaves who joined them in fighting the Americans. Shortly thereafter, during the period that Florida was under nominal Spanish rule, the Americans attacked. Abraham fled from General Andrew Jackson’s military advances and helped build the…

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    receive eagle feathers and add to the bonnet. Not all tribes wore head dresses either, it has become a misconceptions of inaccurate portrayal of Native American life. The Muscogee, a southeastern tribe, wore very little clothing prior to coming in contact with Europeans. The men wore deerskin breechcloths. The women of the Muscogee tribe wore shirts and skirts. (R. Strong) All members of the tribe wore moccasins created out of soft leather to protect their feet while walking and hunting. Native…

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    Dana Tiger Biography

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    If you want to see the work of a modern Native American artist, look no further than Dana Tiger. She is part of the Muscogee Creek Nation and descends from the Cherokee and Seminole tribes as well. She is a great example of a current Native American artist who has gained a reputation for portraying Native American women throughout her artwork. Dana's Inspiration Dana's love of art seems to run in the family. She comes from a family of famous Native American artist. Her father, Jerome Tiger, as…

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    Cherokee Trail Of Tears

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    The trail of tears was a series of forced relocations of Native American Nations.The nations that were relocated were Cherokee, Muscogee,seminole,Chicksaw, and Choctaw. The reason that they were relocated was because president Thomas Jefferson believed Indians should’ve been civilized. Jefferson also wanted to convert them to Christianity. In 1791 a series of treaties between the United States and the Cherokees, the treaties gave recognition to the Cherokees as a nation with their own laws and…

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    Creek Tribe I am talking about the Creek Tribe. I was fascinated that an ancient Indian tribe, the Creek Indians still live in America. The Creeks live in a warm climate near rivers and this affected their clothes, food and protection. I am finding out about how their location influenced their way of life. The Creek’s location, climate, food and clothing. The location of the Creek tribe is near the Mississippi River…

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    According to: softschools.com, “Following the Indian Removal Act of 1830, many members of the "five civilized tribes" did not wish to come together. Those members of the Cherokee, Muscogee Creek, Seminole, Choctaw, and Chickasaw were forced by Andrew Jackson to relocate in Indian Territory west of the Mississippi. Those who refused to go either went to jail or died, and those who left faced disease, starvation, and exposure to the…

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