Seminole by Sarah Tieck

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Consistent being unchanging in actions or beliefs. custom a practice that has been around a long time and is common to a group or a place. medicine man a Native American healer and spiritual leader. protect (pruh-TEHKT) to guard against harm or danger. renewal the state of being made new or fresh again. reservation (reh-zuhr-VAY-shuhn) a piece of land set aside by the government for Native Americans to live on. slave a person who is bought and sold as property. traditional (truh-DIHSH-nuhl) relating to a tradition, which is a belief, a custom, or a story handed down from older people to younger people.

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