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Charleston, Fendi Peekaboo Monster Bag which began as Charles Town, welcomed English colonists and groups from Barbados who desired to live in peace with those affiliated with the missions. They wanted to trade with Spain and had no desire to make slaves of the Indians of the Carolinas or the Spanish Indians.

Many thought Indian slavery was something new. It actually dated back through the centuries, although the practice was new in this part of the country.

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In 1675, the Spanish governor of Florida received word from a Chisca Indian chief and a friar in the Marianna section. They warned that unusual activity was taking place among the English in North Georgia and on a ship from Charleston, intent on spying on the Apalachee garrison.

to Florida, had its beginnings with the Iroquois Indians of the north. After the loss of millions of Native Americans to epidemics of diseases and warfare, the Iroquois swooped south intent on claiming other Indians for their tribes and selling the rest to slave dealers.

Conditions began crumbling for Florida's Spanish missions in the late 1600s with the Indian slave trade one of the main causes.

Spanish missions of Florida. By doing this, he would also help rid the Spanish from Florida.

By then, James Moore, an ambitious English governor in the Carolinas, had plans all of his own. He was aware of the profit that could be made by capturing Indians with one of the easiest places being the Fendi Crossbody Bag Amazon

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its beginnings with the Iroquois Indians of the north. After the loss of millions of Native Americans to epidemics of diseases and warfare, the Iroquois swooped south intent on claiming other Indians for their tribes and selling the rest to slave dealers.

In the fall of 1702, he headed south, leading raids from the Carolinas into Spanish Florida with the aid of Yamasee and Lower Creek Indians. The mission Indians offered little resistance and accepted their fate since the Spanish would not allow them to have any weapons.

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EDITOR'S NOTE: The state celebrates Viva La Florida this year. This is the fifth of several articles on the Spanish missions in Florida.

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Soon hundreds of other Native Americans became involved in capturing Indians for slaves. They formed groups that grew into Indian slaving societies, which controlled southern trade and access to the Europeans' guns and ammunition.

But two important events soon took place to increase the Indian slave policy in the Southeast, according to the "Florida Anthropologist," March June 1967. "The majority of Carolina settlers who migrated from Barbados came from a country where Indians were enslaved and forced to work on sugar plantations." They were accustomed to slavery, and those who contemplated joining this horrible business found it produced quick profits and riddance of any threatening Indians.

In 1675, the Spanish governor of Florida received word from a Chisca Indian chief and a friar in the Marianna section. They warned that unusual activity was taking place among the English in North Georgia and on a ship from Charleston, intent on spying on the Apalachee garrison.

EDITOR'S NOTE: The state celebrates Viva La Florida this year. This is the fifth of several articles on the Spanish missions in Florida.

Conditions began crumbling for Florida's Spanish missions in the late 1600s with the Indian slave trade one of the main causes.

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According to Robbie Ethridge in "Light on the Path," the raiding societies were dominated by different groups. The Westos controlled much of present day Georgia and northern Florida, while the Chiscas, it is believed, governed present day eastern Alabama and western Georgia. These raiding societies bore a resemblance to the crime families of today.

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Charleston, which began as Charles Town, welcomed English colonists and groups from Barbados who desired to live in peace with those affiliated with the missions. They wanted to trade with Spain and had no desire to make slaves of the Indians of the Carolinas or the Spanish Indians.

Many thought Indian slavery was something new. It actually dated back through the centuries, although the practice was new in this part of the country.

In 1671, the Carolina colony passed an act permitting Indian slavery. Soon "militiamen were busy capturing Indians who could not protect themselves."

The destruction crept closer and closer to the Timucua and Apalachee missions of Florida. Timucua held the largest number of Christianized Indians.

Soon hundreds of other Native Americans became involved in capturing Indians for slaves. They formed groups that grew into Indian slaving societies, which controlled southern trade and access to the Europeans' guns and ammunition.

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Moore burnt much of St. Augustine, but his raid failed when hundreds of residents and Indians sought the protective walls of the Castillo de San Marco, and he had no way of getting to them. The siege of St. Augustine lasted three months. Moore returned home and his followers considered his invasion a failure with the high cost of his expedition born by the people of Carolina.

Attacking missions became one of the easiest ways to make money from helpless Indians. Charleston became the main port for shipping out slave Indians. Then in May 1702, a band of Lower Creeks headed south and attacked and burned a village of Santa Fe de Toloco in the Timucuan province of Florida. The Queen Anne's War (1702 1713) also began this year. It was during this period that the Florida Indian slave trade assumed major proportions.

Between 1680 1702, the Westos, along with Yuchis and Cherokees, seized Spanish mission Indians living in Georgia, extreme northeast Florida and South Carolina. They either sold these Indians or traded their captives for European goods, especially guns and ammunition.

According to Robbie Ethridge in "Light on the Path," the raiding societies were dominated by different groups. The Westos controlled much of present day Georgia and northern Florida, while the Chiscas, it is believed, governed present day eastern Alabama and western Georgia. These raiding societies bore a resemblance to the crime families of today.

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A number of Native Americans were attracted to Carolina by the English with gifts of rum, muskets and ammunition. They subsequently were picked up by the slave traders.

Charleston gave slave dealers a place to congregate and bring their Indian captives. In the 1680s, the Westos wiped out a number of coastal missions. Many of these Indians sought refuge on Talbot and Amelia islands.

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