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Apalachee

(ăp'əlăch`ē), tribe of Native North Americans once centered about Apalachee Bay, NW Florida, belonging to the Muskogean branch of the Hokan-Siouan linguistic stock (see Native American languagesNative American languages,
languages of the native peoples of the Western Hemisphere and their descendants. A number of the Native American languages that were spoken at the time of the European arrival in the New World in the late 15th cent.
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). Prosperous agriculturalists, they fought off the raids of the Creek until early in the 18th cent. Combined Native American and British forces then conquered them, wiping out their villages along with Spanish missions and garrisons. More than 1,000 Apalachee were sold into slavery. Some relocated to W central Louisiana, along the banks of the Red River, where the French granted them land. Descendants of the tribe, which was deprived its land in 1826 and lost government recognition under President Andrew Jackson, still live in Louisiana.
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Some specific subjects covered include the Apalachee ballgame, the sacred role of dice games in the Lower Mississippi Valley, acrobatic dances and games of Mesoamerica, and Aztec gambling and magical thinking.
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Applications (one original) shall be submitted to Lisa Mustain, The Division of Administrative Hearings, The DeSoto Building, 1230 Apalachee Parkway, Tallahassee 32399-3060 or Lisa.
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Addressing the buildings, their designers, what shaped their facades and floor plans, and what inspired their colors, materials, and aesthetics, she describes supernatural beliefs linked to a water underworld and the cycles of time at the Windover and similar early sites, as well as the Belle Glade Fisheating Creek site, symbolism related to astronomy, numbers, and geometry in the Weeden Island-era McKeithen Mounds, and the universal symbolism of the circle in the Glades-era Miami Circle and seventeenth-century Apalachee council house at Mission San Luis, Tallahassee.
Jessica Lamb RACING POST TROPHY WINNERS In the 2,000 Guineas year horse Guineas position 2011 Casamento 11 2010 St Nicholas Abbey 6 2008 Ibn Khaldun 10 1999 Commander Collins 11 1996 Beauchamp King 5 1995 Celtic Swing 2 1994 King's Theatre 13 1985 Lanfranco 7 1981 Beldale Flutter 15 1974 Apalachee 3 1973 Noble Decree 2 1971 HIGH TOP WON
Lewis ran twice unsuccessfully for City Commission in the 1990s, citing his experience as a centuries old Apalachee Indian warrior, Ahunahana, who had been reincarnated in "my clever Caucasian disguise.
But Payne, 24, was shocked when she was summoned to the head teacher's office at Apalachee High School, in Winder, Georgia, and offered an ultimatum.
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They had no translators, but whenever a Spaniard held a piece of gold and some corn up to the captives' faces, the Indians pointed north and mentioned a place called Apalachee or Palachen or some such thing.
He describes a north Florida effort to resolve blue-green algae blooms and suspicious runoff in lakes and sinkholes in terms of cultural eutrophication, takes on the results of pulp mills, including invertebrates and submerged vegetation of various configurations in the Apalachee Bay, describes the Pensacola Bay system and its contamination, and examines a sulfite pulp mill restoration process.