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Mondo's NAT # 014 - Acuera

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Hidden : 5/26/2010
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Native American Tribes series.


The Acuera were a Timucua people who flourished, in the north central region what is now called Florida, at the time of European arrival in the 16th century but, after fiercely defending their homeland from European conquest, their numbers waned as a result of diseases brought by the invaders and later missionaries. Those remaining reformed new communities with others and survive to this day as Creek, Seminole and other tribes. They lived primarily along the Ocklawaha River and its watershed around Lake Apopka.

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