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Tag Archives: history of the Seminole people

Cummer Podcast – Dr. Andrew Frank & Willie Johns Eugene Savage Lecture

Dec

14

This podcast is part III of the Cummer Symposuim, The Inspiration of Florida. The Symposium was held on November 15, 2011. Sponsorship is provided by The Florida Hunanities Council. This podcast features Willie Johns, Seminole Tribe of Florida member and Tribal Historian and FSU Professor Dr. Andrew Franks leading a discussion on the history of the Seminole people.

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