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by William A. Read,Dr. Patricia Riles Wickman

Florida Place-Names of Indian Origin and Seminole Personal Names (Alabama Fire Ant) download ebook
ISBN:
0817350713
ISBN13:
978-0817350710
Author:
William A. Read,Dr. Patricia Riles Wickman
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Fire Ant Books (December 19, 2003)
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112 pages
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1953 kb
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Florida Place-Names is a compendium of geographic areas, landscapes .

Florida Place-Names is a compendium of geographic areas, landscapes, bodies of water, towns, hamlets, and villages in Florida as of the time it was written. Read translated the meaning of the names where possible and listed alternative spellings and names. The entries include short anecdotes about particular locations. The majority of the places listed in the book are Seminole-Creek in origin, but some are imports from other Indian nations listed throughout the book, such as Sioux, Iroquois, Hitchiti, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Algonquian, and Cherokee.

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The first Native peoples of what is now the United States who met and interacted with Europeans were the people of the lower Southeast

The first Native peoples of what is now the United States who met and interacted with Europeans were the people of the lower Southeast.

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Florida Place-Names of Indian Origin and Seminole Personal Names. William A. Read and Dr. Patricia Riles Wickman. Florida Place Names: Alachua to Zolfo Springs. Allen Covington Morris. Florida's History Through Its Places. Apalachicola Bay. Kevin McCarthy, William L Trotter. Voices of the Apalachicola. Outposts on the Gulf: Saint George Island and Apalachicola from Early Exploration to World War II. William Warren Rogers. Between Two Rivers: Stories from the Red Hills to the Gulf. Susan Cerulean, Janisse Ray, Laura Newton.

William A. Read, Patricia Riles Wickman. Published by: The University of Alabama Press. Series: Alabama Fire Ant. View. View Citation.

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Florida Place-Names of Indian Origin and Seminole Personal Names by William A. Read, Louisiana State University Press, 1934. The Story of Florida's Seminole Indians by Wilfred T. Neill, Seaside Press, 1956

Florida Place-Names of Indian Origin and Seminole Personal Names by William A. Neill, Seaside Press, 1956. Chronicles of Oklahoma, Volume 9, No. 4, December, 1931, REPORT OF CHEROKEE DEPUTATION INTO FLORIDA, Grant Foreman, Page 423 Archived September 2, 2006, at the Wayback Machine.

Louisiana Place Names: Popular, Unusual, and Forgotten Stories of Towns, Cities, Plantations, Bayous, and Even Some Cemeteries. Clare D'Artois Leeper.

A compendium of Indian-derived names from the three languages of the Muskhogean family—Seminole, Hitchiti, and Choctaw.

The first Native peoples of what is now the United States who met and interacted with Europeans were the people of the lower Southeast. They were individuals of the larger Maskókî linguistic family who inhabited much of present-day Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, South Carolina, and eastern portions of Tennessee, Kentucky, and Louisiana. Today, sixteen federally recognized tribes trace their heritage from these early Maskókî peoples, and many of them in both Florida and Oklahoma still speak and understand this root language.

The continuing vitality of this core language, and of Seminole culture and influence, makes this linguistic examination by William Read ever more valuable. A companion to his study of Indian Place Names in Alabama, this long out-of-print guide offers a new introduction from Patricia Wickman in which she provides current understandings of Seminole language and derivations and a brief analysis of Read's contribution to the preservation of the Native linguistic record.

Reviews:
  • Mikarr
From personal knowledge I found a few mistakes in the first few pages. However, for an author who had never even been to Florida and simply took the "translations" of others as true, I suppose it was okay.
  • Hanad
use it lots