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A Seminole captive, misidentified as Osceola, possibly Coacoochee

Seminole captive
Painting by Eastman, 1841.

John Horse's duties included assisting with the capture and surrender of the leading militant still at large, the Indian chief Coacoochee, or Wildcat. Though John Horse aided in the action, he and Coacoochee remained lifelong friends. Out west, they would form a crucial alliance.

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