Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida
The Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida is the primary underwriter for the 2004 Presidential Debate at the University of Miami. Their financial support will help the University defray the costs associated with hosting the debate.
The University of Miami values its partnership with the tribe and is extremely grateful for their generous support.
About the Miccosukee Tribe
The path traveled by the Miccosukee reveals a people intent on finding their own way. They possess the cultural resources and flexibility, as well as the personal sense of independence and determination, to continue to be self-sufficient.
Membership in the Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida is open to Indians who have Miccosukee mothers and who are not enrolled in any other tribe. There are approximately 500 registered Miccosukee tribal members. The Miccosukee Service Area is comprised of tribal members and their families, as well as independent Miccosukee, Seminole, and other Indian families residing along the Tamiami Trail from Miami to Naples, Florida. The total population of the Miccosukee Service Area is about 550. The Miccosukee Tribe has three reservation areas in the State of Florida: Tamiami Trail, Alligator Alley, and Krome Avenue.
Links to Related Web Sites
Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida (official web site)
Coral Gables, Florida 33124
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