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The Struggles and Triumphs of the Seminole Indians Everyone deals with adversity in their lives at one time or another. Overcoming adversity is a difficult task, but can be rewarding if overcome. Thus, is the case with the Seminole Indians. US armed forces tried to capture or kill the tribe for the purpose of trying to exterminate the Indians from their newly found homeland in Florida. Through numerous battles the tribe dwindled to nearly 300 members, …

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