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A Land Remembered Setting & Symbolism

Patrick D. Smith
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Objects/Places

Miami, Florida

Miami is a metropolitan city in southeastern Florida famous for its beaches and mix of ethnic cultures.

Everglades

The Everglades is a swampy wetlands area in the region of the Kissimmee River and Lake Okeechobee in south central Florida.

Big Cypress Swamp

The Big Cypress Swamp is the area inhabited by the Seminole Indians in southern Florida.

Pay-Hay-Okee

Pay-Hay-Okee (River of Grass) is the great marsh Everglades area near the Seminole Indian village located in southern Florida.

St. Johns River

The St. Johns River runs southward parallel to the east coast of Florida.

Hammock

A hammock is an isolated area typically overgrown with vegetation. Tobias builds the MacIvey Kissimmee River home in a hammock in this isolated area.

Marshtackie

A marshtackie is a small horse bred in Florida whose small size provides the ultimate agility for rounding up cattle.

Punta Rassa

Punta Rassa is on the...

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