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Accession number 2014.33
Call# E99 .S28 K46 1996 (copy 3)
Summary "An Assumption of Sovereignty: Social and Political Transformation among the Florida Seminoles 1953-1979" by Harry A. Kersey Jr. Kersey studies the effects of shifting governmental attitudes and policies on the Florida Indians during the past quarter-century.

Why Seminoles
Termination and Turmoil
Tribal Government
1957-1971
Howard Tommie's
Smoke Shops and Bingo
Land Claims Case
East Big Cypress Case
Miccosukee Tribe
New Seminole Polity
Object Name Book
Author Kersey, Harry A. Jr.
Subjects Seminole Florida Politics & government Economic & social conditions
Title An Assumption of Sovereignty: Social and Political Transformation among the Florida Seminoles 1953-1979
Published Date 1996
Physical Description Paperback, 266 p.
Catalog Number 2014.33.371
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ISBN 978-0-8032-2249-6
LCNO E99 .S28 K46 1996 (copy 3
Published Place Lincoln, Nebraska
Publisher University of Nebraska Press
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