By Joyce Huber
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By 1817 US troops led by Andrew Jackson forced most of the Indians to reservations in the West. But, one tribe, the Seminoles, never surrendered to US forces. Indian attacks on the Keys continued into the mid-1880's. Descendants of the Seminoles and the Miccosukees still populate the Everglades region. Both tribes migrated from Georgian Creek tribes during the early 1700's in search of better fishing, hunting and farm lands. They found all three in the Everglades. Shallow off-shore oyster beds provided the Indians with an easy food source.
Plume hunting grew to huge proportions in the Everglades. Greedy hunters ravaged the nesting grounds of egrets and herons, killing thousands of birds to sell to the millinery trade. Desperate to stop the slaughter, the Audubon Society sent game wardens to protect the rookeries. Finally, the public took notice when newspapers covered the death of Guy Bradley, a game Page 34 warden murdered by the plume hunters. By 1890 the bird population was badly depleted, but national publicity about the murder raised public concern and brought an end to plume hunting.
Just bring a cap with a wide brim. The marina stores are well-stocked with tackle and other gear. Polarizing sunglasses such as Cabela's, Corning Serengeti Strata or RayBan are best for spotting fish in the mangrove flats. Hikers wishing to explore trails off the beaten track should wear submersible shoes. Bring the type with a non-slip sole that won't tear on sharp rocks. Aqua socks or strap-on kayaking sandals are perfect for sloshing around mangrove islands, beach combing and walking on coral rubble.
Adventure guide to the Florida Keys & Everglades National Park by Joyce Huber