Florida Native American Tribes


Posted By Paul G July 29th, 2011 Native American Tribes



Miccosukee Tribe of Indians
P.O. Box 440021 Miami FL 33144
: (305) 223-8380 : (305) 223-1011 Website: http://www.miccosukeetribe.com
Seminole Indian Tribe of Florida
6300 Stirling Road Hollywood FL 33024
: (954) 966-6300 : (954) 967-3463 Website: http://www.seminoletribe.com

21 thoughts on “Florida Native American Tribes

  1. Judy Daniels says:

    According to the calendar of pow-pows, the seminoles will be hosting a pow-pow in Tampa in November. The telephone number for the contact person,Frank Moore,Jr, is temporarily not in service. I need a telephone number for him or someone else.

    Thanks

    Squardsearcer,Jim Daniels
    and Judy Daniels
    Members of the Muskogee Oakhill tribe
    Perry,FL 850-878-3695

  2. There is also a pow wow in Seminole, FL every year. I don’t know the dates, but the info. is probably available on line.

  3. Marjorie says:

    I am looking to hire native american dancers fr a celebration. Does anyone have a contact # or referral.

    • Thomas Zermeno says:

      What style of dances are you looking for? I dance norther wife dance southers and other frieds who dance jinggle, grass and fancy

  4. I am half native and would love to learn more about myself and traditions and dances ect. if there is some place I could go to learn more please let me know it would be greatly appreciated thank you for your time .
    your truly kita haspeck

  5. Hi, I am a college student, doing a project for my industrial design class where we have to design and make a pair of shoes. I decided to base my concept off of the moccasin, due to its ability to allow the foot to function naturally. I am planning on designing a modern version of it while keeping its foundations and qualities. I would love to be able to contact someone over the phone that could give me informative feedback on my plans for designs and tell me a bit more about moccasins for my research. Thank you

  6. Brian O'Donnell says:

    Brian O’Donnell I have been trying to bring Native Americans to our High School in Coral Springs, FL…closest tribal community are the Seminole…having a tough time organizing what I would like to be a yearly program. Hoping for PowWow atmosphere with singing, dancing, music, story telling, history speakers, artifacts etc. Suggestions? Contacts?

  7. Rosalind says:

    I live in Tampa Florida and would love to see more pow wows in my area also Jacksonville Florida.

  8. Christina says:

    I need to know the tribes near Pensacola florida (or cities/towns within 100 miles of Pensacola) that allow people to rain dance or do ritualistic dances with the tribe. I need the contact information and if possible, the days you can perform with them.
    Can anyone please help me!Thanks

  9. Heather Goldstein says:

    Want to have a speaker come to our elementary school in pasco county florida, to educate the kindergarten kids of “long ago” and compare to today.
    Please email if you know of someone. [email protected].us
    Thank you

  10. Hello
    I am currently celebrating Native next month and would like to talk to someone who would be interested in coming to my work in Jacksonville, Fl to introduce Native dancing. Please contact me with more information at [email protected].

    Thank you

  11. Mari says:

    Is there anywhere in north eastern Florida, southern Ga that I cam take my kids to to learn how to jingle and fancy dance properly? Their tribe is 11 hours away so we can’t go to their classes. Or is there someone experienced in the Jacksonville Fl area that could give lessons? Thank you for your time.

  12. Hi, my name is Shelly. My great great grandmother was a full blood Cherokee. I hold that dearly to my heart. I would like to have some dancers at my wedding, here in Florida. I would also like to learn the dance. I feel it is my duty, to carry on the tradition. I would love it

  13. Hello, I would like to hire Native American tribal dancers for my daughter’s baby shower please provide me with a contact. Thank you.

  14. I am undertaking a series of conversations with women over the age of fifty in an effort to gather their ideas and explore how they experience beauty in their day to day life. I am strongly motivated to connect with a widely diverse group of women, so that voices are heard from many perspectives. Because I have no funding for the series of conversations, I am limiting my geographic region to the Jacksonville, Florida/St. Augustine / North Florida regions currently.

    Can anyone connect me with women who are members of the Native American /Indigenous Peoples community who may be interested in sharing their perspective on beauty? My email address is [email protected], should you be interested in hearing more details before making a connection. Thank you!

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