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At Dusk Hookah Lounge

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The Pregnancy Center

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A woman is like a tea bag - you can't tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water. -Eleanor Roosevelt#quotesaboutlife#motivationalquote#quotedwww.ThePregnancyCenters.comCall 407.366.0111 or Text 407.603.3346

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By Beli Souza

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Pano de copa com barra de corações, técnica Seminole, confeccionada pela aluna romântica Marli, ela é um doce rsrsrsrs#ateliêbeliarts#embrevecomespaçofisico#patchwork#seminole#técnicas#costuracriativa#deusnocomandosempre

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Indigenous Geotags

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{Everglades National Park originally posted by US Interior) Pa-hay-okee has been represented as an uninhabited and uninhabitable wilderness for centuries. For early European and American explorers, it was a mosquito infested wasteland and for modern tourists, it is a pristine, one of a kind wilderness. For many years, however, this wetland was a refuge for the Seminole Nation. When the U.S. government removed much of the nation to Oklahoma as a result of the First Seminole War, part of the Seminole Tribe were able to retreat into Pa-hay-okee. Using their knowledge of the area and guerrilla fighting techniques that fit the landscape, the Seminoles survived two more costly wars with the United States in the 19th century. Despite much of the Florida Seminoles moving to the newly created of Seminole reservation in southern Florida, many Seminole families continued to live in Pa-hay-okee until the were coerced into leaving by the National Park Service during the creation of Everglades National Park in the 1940’s. In 1962, the Miccosukee, who were among those who stayed in the Everglades the longest, were also federally recognized as a separate nation.The Everglades is not a wilderness, it is Seminole land and has supported Native civilizations for centuries. If this is not possible today, it is only because of the dramatical political and ecological changes instituted by the United States. When you visit, be an ethical tourist by acknowledging Seminole sovereignty, supporting Native owned businesses, advocating for indigenous centered ecological preservation, and using indigenous place names. #publiclandisnativeland•••#indigenous  #honortheearth#indiancountry  #nativeland  #publicland#decolonize  #wilderness  #activism#nationalparks  #nativepride  #landscape#travel  #hiking  #explore  #adventure#natureporn  #naturegram  #idlenomore#greettheoutdoors  #keepitwild#getoutstayout  #outsideculture#nativeamerican  #resist#florida#seminole#everglades#sunset#evergladesnationalpark

SOLD in a ️ beat! 7570 92nd Street #203C in Semino 1667787926505111992

SOLD in a ️ beat! 7570 92nd Street #203cin Seminole sold in three days for ABOVE asking price and multiple offers! Great job Lauren and Bonnie!

#1 Pet-Sitter in Pinellas 🐕 (@poochtasticparadise) Instagram Profile Photopoochtasticparadise

#1 Pet-Sitter in Pinellas 🐕

Phoenix and her adorable nose!#rottweiler 1667761282918728189

Phoenix and her adorable nose!#rottweiler