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AMH 2070: The History of Florida: Seminole

Resources from FSCJ Libraries and other online links for Florida History classes.

South Florida Seminole Cowboys

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“The Rise and Fall of Chief Jim Billie,”

Gallagher, Peter B., “The Rise and Fall of Chief Jim Billie,” Gulfshore Life September 2010 Click link to read article from Library Catalog. You must be logged into your myFSCJ account.

Chief Jim Billie and Donald Trump. Click on image to access full article.

Supplemental: A November 2016 update on the governance of the Seminole Tribe of Florida can be found at: http://saintpetersblog.com/seminole-tribe-picks-chairman/

Suggested Further Reading

“An Alligator Wrestler, A Casino Boss and a $12 Billion Tribe,”

Casino boss Jim Allen stops long enough to strike a pose outside the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino before he's off to the next thing. (Photo credit: Jamel Toppin for Forbes) Click on image above to access full article.

 

“Florida State’s unusual bond with Seminole Tribe puts mascot debate in a different light,”

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Culpepper, Chuck, “Florida State’s unusual bond with Seminole Tribe puts mascot debate in a different light,” Washington Post, 29 December 2014.https://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/colleges/florida-states-unusual-bond-with-seminole-tribe-puts-mascot-debate-in-a-different-light/2014/12/29/5386841a-8eea-11e4-ba53-a477d66580ed_story.html