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1. Portraying Florida Indians i Picturing Paradise? 2 Paradise Lost 5 Paradise Regained? i Theodore Morris Comments on His Paintings 1 2. Ancient Indians 14 The Paleoindians I4 Indians of the Archaic Period I 6 3. The Ancestors 18 St. Johns Culture 20 Deptford Culture 24 Santa Rosa-Swift Creek and Swift Creek Cultures 25 Weeden Island Cultures 26 Fort Walton and Other Farming Cultures 28 Safety Harbor Culture 3 Belle Glade, Glades, and Caloosahatchee Cultures 32 4. The Lost Tribes 35 Timucua Indians 36 Apalachee Indians 40 Mission Indians 44 Indians of the Western Panhandle 45 Ais Indians and Their Neighbors of the Atlantic Coast 46 Mayaca and Jororo Indians of Central Florida 49 Indians of South-Central Florida and the Lake Okeechobee Basin 5 Indians of Greater Tampa Bay 52 Calusa Indians 54 Tequesta Indians 55 5. Florida Indians Today 59 The Creek Indian Migration 6 Seminole Indians 6I Indians in the Twenty-first Century 64 Suggested Readings 67 Illustrations follow page 24Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Indians of North America Florida Antiquities, Indians of North America Florida History, Indians of North America Florida Pictorial works