Rebellion Picture Tour: 1689 - 1882     
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These 32 pictures offer a visual overview of the story, presenting a snapshot of the material covered more extensively in the trail narrative. Each page includes links deeper into the site for more detail -- including links to the credits and sources for each image.

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1700s: Spanish colonial black militia 1776: Black British Loyalist 1790: Secret Articles, Treaty of New York 1812: Payne's Prairie, Florida 1825: Micanopy, Chief of the Seminoles
1816: The Negro Fort and Fort Gadsden 1820s: Slave kidnappers 1820s: Florida Savannah 1829: President Jackson's Inauguration 1835: Osceola Defies U.S. at Payne's Landing
1836: Ruins of Dunlawton sugar mill 1836: Seminoles attack the block-house 1837: General Jesup and President Jackson 1837: Abraham, Black Seminole leader 1837: Alleged location of Osceola's capture
1837: Entrance to Fort Marion 1837: Battle of Lake Okeechobee 1863: President Abraham Lincoln 1842: John Horse, or "Gopher John" 1842: Seminole captive
Joshua Reed Giddings
1840s: Congressman Joshua Giddings 1842: "Sorrows of the Seminoles" 1840s: Slaves taken to southern market 1846: White House 1840s: U.S. Dragoons in Indian Territory
Comanche War Party by Catlin Contrabands Scouts
1848: U.S. Attorney General John Mason 1849-50: Mexico 1850s: Fighting Comanches in Mexico 1864: Contrabands from U.S. Civil War 1870s: Seminole Negro Indian Scouts in Texas
  View from Cerro Estrella, Mexico City John Jefferson, John Horse's grandson  
  1882: John Horse dies in Mexico City 1882-present: Legacy & Conclusion  
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