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(Descendants of this group have maintained a separate tribal identity as today's Miccosukee.) Another group of Hitchiti speakers, led by Cowkeeper, settled in what is now Alachua County, an area where the Spanish had maintained cattle ranches in the 17th century.Taken together, the Seminole Wars were the longest and most expensive (both in human and monetary terms) Indian Wars in United States history.The indigenous peoples of Florida declined significantly in number after the arrival of Europeans in the region.Creek people, at first primarily the Lower Creek but later including Upper Creek, also started moving into Florida from the area of Georgia.The Mikasuki, Hitchiti-speakers, settled around what is now Lake Miccosukee near Tallahassee.
Andrew Jackson (1816-19, 1835-37) Martin Van Buren (1837-41) William Henry Harrison (1841) John Tyler (1841-42) Duncan Lamont Clinch Edmund P.Gaines, Winfield Scott (1836) Thomas Jesup (1836-38), Richard Gentry The Seminole Wars, also known as the Florida Wars, were three conflicts in Florida between the Seminole—the collective name given to the amalgamation of various groups of Native Americans and African Americans who settled in Florida in the early 18th century—and the United States Army.By 1707, colonial soldiers from the Province of Carolina and their Yamasee Indian allies had killed or carried off nearly all the remaining native inhabitants, having conducted a series of raids extending the full length of the peninsula.In the first decade of the 18th century, 10,000 – 12,000 Indians were taken as slaves according to the governor of La Florida and by 1710, observers noted that north Florida was virtually depopulated.
Bands from various Native American tribes from the southeastern United States began moving into the unoccupied lands of Florida.In 1715, the Yamasee moved into Florida as allies of the Spanish, after conflicts with the English colonies.