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"To [Morton] Silver he [Buffalo Tiger] said, "They say you are not fired.  The Indian rules say when Indians have a spokesman for the people and he finishes the job, they give the Indian spokesman a piece of medicine.
""The Indian rules say when  you are fired you have to be paid with money.  Ingraham Billie didn't pay you. 
You are not fired."
 
                                        -Buffalo Tiger


Letter of
November 15, 1958
from William McKinley Osceola,
Patriarch of the Miccosukee Seminole Nation
disowning his renegade son, Mike Osceola.


Seminoles Fire Medicine Man
Miami Daily News
March 11, 1957
p.8A
Written by
Jane Wood Reno
,
mother of former US Attorney General, Janet Reno.




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