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US Rower Leaves Seminole Tribe Reservation, Continues Epic Transatlantic Journey
MIAMI, FLORIDA - Victor ‘Long River’ Mooney, of Flushing, New York, returned to the Spirit of Malabo, a twenty-four foot ocean rowboat under repair at RMK Merrill Stevens on March ...
Shared Histories: 3 Alliances Between Africans and Natives
It’s unlikely to show up in any American History course in high school, but this country’s past includes many cases of African and Native alliances in the early days of conquest in...
Victoria's Secret Photographer, Model Present 'Seminole Spirit' Imagery in NYC
An exhibit of photography that may elicit a variety of reactions in Indian country opens today at Stephan Weiss Studio in New York City...
Seminoles Become First Nation of 2015 to Receive HEARTH Act Approval
Since 2012, the Helping Expedite and Advance Responsible Tribal Homeownership Act ( HEARTH Act ) has been helping tribes improve and develop their own laws governing leasing of fed...
Secretary Jewell to Tour Everglades, Approve Seminole Leasing Regulations
Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell is scheduled to be in South Florida this week for a series of announcements on restoring the health of the Everglades...
Seminole Makes History as First Football Player to Wear FSU Jersey
Justin Motlow says that he’s just happy to be playing football, but the 5-foot-11, 182-pound freshman wide receiver’s humility makes his accomplishment that much sweeter...
Indian Housing Training Conference Focuses on Future Generations
Seminole Tribe of Florida
The Native Learning Center, a Seminole Tribe of Florida program dedicated to the development of cultural and quality of life skills for all Native and indigenous people, is pleased...
Seminole Tribe of Florida Looking for a Superintendent of Education
Seminole Tribe of Florida
The Seminole Tribe of Florida is currently accepting applications for a Superintendent of Education...
Swamp Rides and History Lessons Make for Unique South Florida Winter Vacay
If you’re thinking of a Florida winter family vacation, consider a trip to the Big Cypress Reservation and get a front row seat to the history and culture of the Seminole Tribe of ...
‘SCALP EM!’ Racist T-shirt for Sale After Florida State BCS Victory
Unauthorized fan merchandise surfaced on the web recently after the Florida State University Seminoles defeated the Auburn University Tigers at the BCS Championship last week...
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