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|Calusa Indian History Caloosahatchee means "River of the
Calusa". It served as the main highway
inland to the Calusa Indians. It's waters
were filled with fish and shellfish. It's
shorelines were home to an abundance of game.
Calusas could canoe the Caloosahatchee River
into Lake Okeechobee
Florida Seminole War Account Find out about the time when Florida was a war zone between the U.S. Army and the Seminole Indians. Brought you by Page Wise Inc. http://ksks.essortment.com/seminoleflorida_rfad.htm
Seminole Roots - An article pertaining to Big Cypress Reservation and Hendry County's strong Seminole Indian history by Sherry Bocchicchio
The Colorful Past of Okeechobee County Florida- News Articles published by The Daily Okeechobee News and Written by Twila Valentine.
Okeechobee County, Florida- A Pictorial History by Thomas A. Markham
Tom Gaskin's Cypress Knee Museum Roadside America's article about founder, Tom Gaskin Sr.'s death in 1998, history and future of Glades County's most famed and long standing road side attractions that lures visitors with bizarre, cypress knees, and other slightly twisted creations of nature. [ Palmdale, Fisheating Creek , Florida ]
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