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Osceola (1804)close

Osceola was a Seminole Indian who led his people in resisting the US Government's attempts to relocate native people to areas west of the Mississippi. He was eventually captured and imprisoned, and then died at Fort Moultrie. Following his death, over 4,000 Seminole Indians were relocated to the area now known as Oklahoma.

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