Celebrating the 143rd Year Seminole Days 2015 in Brackettville, TX Presenting "By Blood" a documentary film ~ And Honoring Seminole women warriors & military veterans ~ Plus Authors & Lecturers Shirley B. Mock & Doug Sivad ~ for more info click on SWACK / Notes below      ///     See Special Prices On T-Shirts     ///     NEW RELEASE!! "Muskoga Black Seminole Indians of Mexico and Texas," From Doug Sivad, Order yours from Rothila Store today.     ///

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On July 4, 1870, the first (of seventy) Black Seminole Indian warriors came in from Nacimiento, Coahuila, Mexico to Fort Duncan, TX volunteering for scouting duties for the U.S. Cavalry, agreeing to serve at six month intervals, paid as regular cavalry soldiers and land to call their own: Seminole Sub-Chief John Kibbitt (Siti-tastanachee; Snake Warrior), 64 yrs. His warriors: Joe Dixie (age 19), Dindie Factor (21), Sub-Chief Hardie Factor (60), Pompie Factor (17), Adam Fay (18), Bobby Kibbitt (20), John Thompson (18), Juan Warrior (20), George Washington (21). List compiled by Bennie McRae, Jr. http://www.lwfaam.net/wf/hist_cult/mus_roll.htm SWACK  ^  NEW! Historical Notes Past

Watch MUSKOGA The Trailer ~~ also ~~ Mascogo Doc Promo First Rough Cut

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~Some History & Lore~

Some Notes on Pre-Colonial West Africa

Ancient African Voyages to the "lands of the setting sun"

Evolution: Black Seminole Indians
Istoko - A Seminole Folktale

In Indian Territory
Black Seminole Indians - the Freedmen

Into Coahuila, Mexico New names, new families, new culture, new life.

Texas - Back In The U.S.A.
Same ol' story, same ol' lies

Muspa Underground Railroad to Mexico

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Doug Sivad
author, actor, lecturer,
producer, director

Muskoga Seminole Indians of Mexico & Texas--A Lecture

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Muskoga Black Seminole
Indians of Mexico and Texas

The Black Seminole Indians of Mexico & the Mascogo
Plus BONUS History
Muskogee Indian Underground Railroad to Mexico

Black Seminole
Indians of Texas

A Bibliography
Black Seminole Indians
Mexico & Texas

Gone To Croatan
Origins of American Dropout Cultures

Ron Sakolsky & James Kroenlin


Black Indian Forum


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