Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana

Seminole Indians

Historians are adamant that the Florida and Oklahoma Seminole Indians people originated back east, in the Georgia area. With the land hunger of the Americans in the late 1820s multiplying enormously, it led to the Americans supposedly demanding for the removal of all Native American Nations east of the Mississippi river, to a location west of the Mississippi river. That is fine with them but we have the Seven Fires Prophecy to deal with first. It was the Seven Fires Prophecy which led Anishinabe ogimak (leaders) to force their people to pack their belongings to leave for new lands towards the west. That location is present day Kansas-Oklahoma-Texas, and then Mexicio.

The Yuchi

After a long careful research using the internet which is something i rather avoid, i finally learned about the Yuchi Indians of the southeast. They lived primarily along the Savanna River, eastern Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, northern Florida, and South Carolina. According to linguistics the Yuchi Language is an isolate. However, according to William Bartram who paid visit to Yuchi-town in the mid 1770s, their language was called the Savanna Language or Savanuca Language. He was told by people who spoke the Savanuca Language, that it was the same language spoken by the Shaw-ah-nese, or the Shawnee. Obvious proof the Yuchi are in fact Anishinabe. Yuchi-town was located where present day Fort Benning, Alabama is.

White historians will avoid classifying the Yuchi as being Anishinabe. Read the Seven Fires Prophecy. The Yuchi are the Anishinabe people of the southeast, particularly Florida. The whites first contacted the southern Anishinabek during the Hernando De Soto expedition of 1539-1543. The Ojibway soldiers were already in north Florida waiting for the white invaders. They had probably forced their way towards Florida from the Great Lakes region decades earlier, or soon after learning of the long anticipated invasion of the whites had commenced. They battled the white invaders a few times during the 1539-1542 expedition.

Near what is now central Alabama in 1540, the whites discovered a fortified Anishinabe village. Possible evidence the Anishinabek were ar war against the native tribes of that region. The whites learned the tribe they fought in central Alabama were known as the Mabila. The Mabila are obviously Anishinabe. And they were enraged after learning the whites who numbered over 600 soldiers, were approaching their village of Mabila. De Soto was fixing to reach the gulf coast to meet two ships which were to bring them supplies from Cuba. An ambush put an end to the plans of the white invaders. Though they did not have guns nor cannons, the Anishinabe soldiers defeated the whites.

Near 400 white soldiers were killed and wounded in the battle. Historians claim Indian casualties were between 2,000 and 6,000 killed. Since the whites were using single shot musket guns, Anishinabe casualties were obviously much fewer than what historians estimate. In fact, Anishinabe casualties were possibly less than that of the whites. De Soto had to retreat to the west and north after the battle. The supplies and reinforcements, were probably forced to retreat as well. De Soto ended up trekking to Mississippi. Anishinabe soldiers were constantly on the trail of the white invader. De Soto's expedition was a failure. Around the same time period, white soldiers also invaded the St. Lawrence River region. At first they met with some success but Algonquin soldiers drove them out.

During the early part of the De Soto Expedition in Florida, Anishinabe soldiers constantly attacked the whites. De Soto and his soldiers commenced their expedition near where present day Tampa Bay, Florida is. The Yuchi referred to themselves as the Children of the Sun. Identical to the Spokane Indians of Washington State who referred to themselves as the Children of the Sun. They also used Sun People on occasions. They also highly regarded the Delaware people. They often named them the old ones. All Algonquians named the Delaware people their Grandfathers. The Yuchi are the real Seminole and also the real Miccosukee. They will probably deny it but we have evidence indicating they are one of the lost Ojibway Tribes.

Today, the Seminole (Yuchi) people of Oklahoma and Florida, and in the Mexican State of Coahuila where they live in the towns of Nacimiento de los Indios and Nacimiento de los Negros with their black allies, continue to live. However, the whites have forced them to lose their tribal identity. They are a mixture of Anishinabe, other Indian tribes, and blacks and whites. Seminole is derived from the Anishinabe word for sun which is pi-sim or possibly ki-sim. Creek is derived from the word Cree which is derived from the Anishinabe word for woman which is kwe. Cree is derogatory. They will not accept being Anishinabe. That is how brainwashed the whites have brainwashed them. The Yuchi are actually yet around. They were forced to assimilate among the Creeks of Oklahoma, as were the Chippewa's of Kansas, among the Cherokee of Oklahoma. The Yuchi of Oklahoma are non federally recognized.

The Seminole Population

Florida - 3,100
Oklahoma - 9,000
Mexico - 1,000 including their black allies.
The Bahamas - ?

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