His friends in the Indian Territory were not so fortunate, as John Horse learned upon
his arrival at Fort Gibson. Creeks were living on the lands promised to the
Seminoles, along the North Fork of the Canadian River. This was exactly what the militants had feared before the war.
More accommodating Seminoles, like Micanopy, agreed to live with the Creeks, but the traditionalists refused, led by Coacoochee.
Foreman Five 223-25.
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