Seminole Indians in Olden Times for Kids and Teachers - Travel & Transportation Illustration

Daily Life in Olden Times
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Everglades Seminole Indians
Travel & Transportation

How did they travel?

Canoes: They traveled by canoe.

Canoes were decorated with family colors. A favorite design was the diamond shape.

Canoes were made in different size. The largest one could carry a family. The smallest was used for spear fishing.

On Foot, Following Animal Trails: There were trails made by animals through the Everglades, trails that led from one hammock to another. The Seminole were experts at following animals trails.

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