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What did the Seminoles call the buildings they lived in?



In the early 1800s Creek Indians from Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina started to move into Florida. The Spanish called them Cimarrones, which means lost ones or runaways. This word eventually changed to Seminoles.

Answer: Chikees


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