Rebellion November 1832 - March 1833     
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Junction of the Red River and Washita, by Catlin
The southern range of the Indian Territory, as painted by George Catlin between 1834-35, two years after the Seminole delegation visited the region. Smithsonian American Art Museum.
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The delegation made the long journey from Florida, arriving at the proposed lands on the Canadian River, in present-day Oklahoma. The group included six chiefs and Abraham, representing both head chief Micanopy and the Black Seminoles. 

They found the proposed lands colder than expected. But that was only a minor problem. The real difficulty was that the land lay in Creek Country. President Jackson was following through on his order to incorporate the Seminoles with the Creeks.

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Sources: Mahon 74, 82, ASPMA 7: 827, Twyman 8.
Part 2, War: Outline  l  Images
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 Trail Narrative
 + Prologue
 + Background: 1693-1812
 + Early Years: 1812-1832
 - War: 1832-1838
+ Prelude to War
Jackson's Rise
Payne's Landing
Creek Country
Seminole Outrage
Before the Storm
+ Revenge
+ Deceit
+ Liberty or Death
 + Exile: 1838-1850
 + Freedom: 1850-1882
 + Legacy & Conclusion