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By John H. Hann

John Hann focuses during this examine at the Apalachee Indians and their interactions with the Spanish through the historical period.
Following an outline of the prehistoric Apalachee, Hann delves into the encounters among the Apalachee and the 1st eu intruders.  He synthesizes old and archaeological info at the institution and progress of the western Florida missions, together with pertinent info from the well known and pivotal country of San Luis de Talimali.
A sympathetic view of the tradition and customs of the old Apalachee and a translation of dad Paiva’s impassioned ball video game manuscript are through sections on Apalachee political constitution, language, demographic developments, and undertaking economy.  Hann concludes with facts at the demoralization of the Apalachee and its results at the missions and, finally, at the exile and extinction of the Apalachee people.

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