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TIMUCUA - Florida Lost Tribes ~ by Theodore Morris:

TIMUCUA - Florida Lost Tribes ~ by Theodore Morris:

When France expanded into the Ohio River Valley conflicts began to start. This turned into a  seven year war (1756-1763) In 1754 and 1755 the French defeated George Washington, General Edward Braddock, and Governor William Shirley of Massachusets. In 1756 the British Finally declared war. In 1758 the British won their first great victory at Louisberg. A Month later they received Canada from France and Florida from Spain. This treaty made the colonists stronger.

When France expanded into the Ohio River Valley conflicts began to start. This turned into a seven year war (1756-1763) In 1754 and 1755 the French defeated George Washington, General Edward Braddock, and Governor William Shirley of Massachusets. In 1756 the British Finally declared war. In 1758 the British won their first great victory at Louisberg. A Month later they received Canada from France and Florida from Spain. This treaty made the colonists stronger.

These are the Calusa, a prehistoric Native American Village found in downtown Miami - the Tequesta Native Americans

These are the Calusa, a prehistoric Native American Village found in downtown Miami - the Tequesta Native Americans

J. D. Challenger - Good Thunder

J. D. Challenger - Good Thunder

Original artwork by Robert Griffing

Original artwork by Robert Griffing

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Coupe of Tea One-Piece Swimsuit in Nautical Dots - Plus Size

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TIMUCUA FISHERMAN (Timucua Tribe). A fisherman examines his bone arrow point prior to shooting at a fish in the tidal waters of northeast Florida. The arrowhead is secured to the shaft with pine resin and further secured by binding with rawhide strips... Florida Lost Tribes Art Project by Theodore Morris

TIMUCUA FISHERMAN (Timucua Tribe). A fisherman examines his bone arrow point prior to shooting at a fish in the tidal waters of northeast Florida. The arrowhead is secured to the shaft with pine resin and further secured by binding with rawhide strips... Florida Lost Tribes Art Project by Theodore Morris

Timucua Morning. A female Timucua Chief wakes and prepares for another busy day. Women Chiefs wielded the same power as male chiefs. Women were described by the French as “well favored and modest,” basing the judgement as to their modesty and the woman's disclination to permit Frenchmen to come close to them". Florida Lost Tribes Art Project by Theodore Morris

Timucua Morning. A female Timucua Chief wakes and prepares for another busy day. Women Chiefs wielded the same power as male chiefs. Women were described by the French as “well favored and modest,” basing the judgement as to their modesty and the woman's disclination to permit Frenchmen to come close to them". Florida Lost Tribes Art Project by Theodore Morris

Apalachee Warrior Elder. Florida Lost Tribes by Theodore Morris

Apalachee Warrior Elder. Florida Lost Tribes by Theodore Morris

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