Book details
Pineapple Press
Page count:
Paperback / softback
9.07 in x 6.08 in

Traveling Florida’s Seminole Trail

A Complete Guide to Seminole Indian Historic and Cultural Sites

Doug Alderson

About this book

Whether you start your journey down the Seminole Trail as an armchair adventurer or seek to visit the sites in person, this unique guide will give greater understanding to the prominent role of Seminole Indians in the place we call Florida. Visit the old Negro Fort site in the Panhandle, the Alachua Savannah near Gainesville, the Dade Battlefield in Bushnell, the Smallwood Store in the Ten Thousand Islands, Indian Key in the Florida Keys, and the destroyed sugar plantations near St. Augustine, and so much more.

About this author
Doug Alderson is the author of several Pineapple Press Books including Spooky Stories from the Swamp scheduled for publication in August of 2020 and A New Guide to Old Florida Attractions scheduled for publication in November of 2020. He is the winner of six first place honors in the annual National Recreation Trails photo contests. He has also published articles in Native Peoples, Shaman’s Drum, Wildlife Conservation, American Forests, Sea Kayaker, Mother Earth News and Sierra.