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Mission San Luis de Apalachee

"Mission San Luis de Apalachee," also known as "Mission San Luis de Talimali," is the name of a major settlement of the Apalachee people, an American Indian tribe of Florida. The original Apalachee name for their settlement was Anhaica, and it was located within the modern-day city of Tallahassee. "Mission San Luis" was the name of the Franciscan mission that was established in Anhaica by Spanish friars, by which name the whole community came to be known.

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Here are links to our webpages about the Mission San Luis tribe and language:

 Apalachee
 Apalachee culture
 Apalachee Indian tribe
 Muskogean language family
 Native Americans in Florida

Here are links to more Internet resources about Mission San Luis:
 Mission San Luis Living History Museum
 Mission San Luis de Apalachee
 Florida Historical Resources: Mission San Luis
 San Luis de Talimali

And here are a few good books about the Mission San Luis Apalachees:
 The Apalachee Indians and Mission San Luis
 Here They Once Stood: The Tragic End of the Apalachee Missions
 Native Languages of the Southeastern United States



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