Sam Story, also named Timpoochee Kinnard, was Chief of the Walton County, Florida, band of Euchee (Yuchi) Indians in the early 19th century, who occupied the lands on and to the west of the Choctawhatchee River. His parents were Timothy Kinnard, a white man of Scottish descent, and an unknown Yuchi woman. The chief was a well-known figure in the Florida Panhandle and was highly respected by whites, who migrated to the area in ever-increasing numbers following the acquisition of Florida by the United States from Spain in 1821.
In the spring of 1820, Neil McLendon and brother-in-law Daniel Campbell moved their families from Richmond County, North Carolina, to Walton County, Florida, where they...
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Portrait Of An Urban American Gangster! The Baby Sam Story!
Portrait Of An Urban American Gangster! The Baby Sam Story! Available on distrify soon coming on new filmmakers online.com.
Author: edward barnes (14 Nov 2014)