Culture of the Seminole tribe

By Sarah Berkowitz Class 3B

Ceremonies and Rituals:

The Green Corn Dance

The green corn dance was a dance they celebrated for four days, which included stomp dancing,

Green Corn Dance

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Custom Before Eating Meat:

Another custom was that they asked an animal for forgiveness before they killed it and before they ate it they tossed a piece of meat in to the fire

Beliefs and Myths:

The Seminole tribe believed that little people live in the forest and that water panthers and horned rattle snakes live in the water and drown the swimmers.
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