CHAMELEONS ATTEMPT TO ABSCOND WITH
CALUSA HISTORY, IDENTITY AND RIGHTS
Reported in the
Hell With Politics"
(Scanned Image Archive)
The life and Writings of Jane
Wood Reno, Attorney General Janet
There are some
distinctions, aren't there, between
Muskogee Seminoles and Miccosukee?
That's kind of
fascinating. There are remnants of
two Indian tribes here now,
Miccosukee and Muskogee, and they
speak two different languages.
But not too long ago Howard Osceola
[Co-Chairman] said to me, "Jane, you
know, there are still some
Indians in the Everglades."
And I said, "Really?" You
know, the Spanish Indians, the ones
we read about in history, are
And Howard said:
there are some still out there - of
course this is historical legend -
that don't speak any language we
know. I've never seen one but my
mother and daddy did. And there are
supposed to be some living out there
on the hammock."
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