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This research paper will give readers a view of the state of Florida historical background. It will included information on the first founding Colleges/Universities within the state of Florida. It will also focus on the historical overview of the governance system of higher education and any critical issues that have affected Florida educationally wise. This paper also takes a look at the state governing and the structure of the board. Identifying whether or not the colleges or universities that fall under Florida governing board have boards of trustees, governing boards and the type of relationship that exist between each one will also be viewed within this research paper.
<BR>The Seminole Indians are a tribe of Indians who now <br> have territory and reservations in Florida and Oklahoma. <br> They once belonged to the Muskogee tribe that lived along <br> streams in what are now southern Georgia and Alabama. <br> The Seminoles moved to Florida and Oklahoma <br> around 1708 when the white men drove them out of their <br> homes and took their land. The Seminoles adjusted well to <br> life in Florida. <br> In the late 1700â€™s and early 1800â€™s Florida was a <br> territory of Spain, that made the Seminoles Spanish <br> citizens.
The Spanish explorer De Soto was the first to encounter the Cherokee in the1540's. There are two views about Cherokee origins. One is that the Cherokee, an Iroquoian-speaking people, are relative latecomers to Southern Appalachia, who may have migrated in late prehistoric times from northern areas. Another is historians and archaeologists believe that the Cherokee did not come to Appalachia until the 15th century or later. They may have migrated from the north and moved south into Muscogee Creek territory and settled at the sites of mounds built by the
Hopeton Community Health and Population Focused Nursing C228: Task 1 Focus. Lee county community Health Fort Myers was established in the 1800's and forms the historical and governmental hub and commercial center of Lee County. Fort Myers is located in Southwest Florida regions, a major tourist destination. Fort Myers was built along the Caloosahatchee River and was a base of operations against the Seminole Indians back in the Community data, according to the United State Bureau 2010 Census Fort Myers Lee County Florida Total population 62,298 618,754 18,801,310 Population, percent change, 2000 to 2010 +29.2% +40.3% +17.6% Population density 1,559.1/sq mi 788.7/sq mi 350.6/sq mi White or Caucasian (including White Hispanic)
With the help of escaped slaves, the Seminoles waged the First Seminole War between 1817 and 1818. In 1927, the Cherokee people implemented a written constitution that declared the society’s sovereignty. Following Georgia’s disregard for the sovereignty status, the Cherokees presented their sovereignty quest to both the Supreme Court and President Jackson (PBS
His colonization attempt quickly failed because of attacks by native people. However, Ponce de León's activities served to identify Florida as a desirable place for explorers, missionaries, and treasure seekers. In 1539 Hernando de Soto began another expedition in search of gold and silver, which took him on a long trek through Florida and what is now the southeastern United States. For four years, de Soto's expedition wandered, in hopes of finding the fabled wealth of the Indian people. De Soto and his soldiers camped for five months in the area now known as Tallahassee.
Cherokee Removal The removal of the Cherokee Indians from their native land was a long process which precisely lasted from the date of 1802; when the United States Government created a new agreement with the State of Georgia, overlooking the agreement that was already in place; the Treaty of Hopewell signd in 1785, to the date of 1839, which was when the Cherokee Indians had emigrated out of the Georgia Territory; forcefully. The Treaty of Hopewell was a signed agreement between the United States Government and the Cherokee Indian Nation meant to preserve the Cherokees' right to their native land. The Cherokee Indians thought of the agreement as a permanent and binding contract; however, many white Americans