Seminoles. However, Europeans had arrived in Florida over 200 years prior before the Seminoles ever migrated to Florida from Georgia during the beginning of the 18th century.
So what exactly does it mean? It means that close to 12000 years ago, when Florida was much larger and drier, people arrived. They lived simple, yet meaningful lives, following herds of mammoths and collecting grains, seeds, and berries during the season.
There has never been pottery found, no bows, and no arrows. Instead, they hunted with hand carved spears fashioned with chipped-stones, made by chipping a single flake from each side of the point. What they did hunt and capture was cooked in leather bags using heated stones.
There is no exact term given to these individuals, however archaeologists know them as Paleo-Indians, the oldest Indians in fact.
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