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MORTON H. SILVER
(1951 - 2004)
Excerpt from the Florida Bar
June 15, 2000 (p. 37, col. 1)
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Morton H. Silver
United States recognition
for the Everglades Miccosukee Tribe of Seminole
Indians, January 27, 1958; (Congressional
Record Senate Hearings-95th Congress, 2nd
Session on S2000 March 2, 1978), pp. 336, 337,
recognition on July 30, 1957, pp.
Mr. Silver is also responsible for securing
for the Sovereign Miccosukee Seminole Nation by
treaty in 1959. (Bob Reno,
Miami Herald July 28, 1959); p.1A;
Evening Post February 1, 1964; pp.
62-65; Pam Johnson, "The One-Man Indian
War...of Morton Silver"
The Village Post,
July 1966, pp. 14-15; Peter Matthiessen,
Country (New York: Viking Press,
1984), p.38; Harry Kersey, An Assumption
of Sovereignty (University Nebraska
Press. 1996), pp. 182-184: The Life and
Writing of Jane Wood
Reno (Attorney General Janet Reno's
The Hell With Politics,
(Atlanta, Peachtree Publishers, 1994), pp.