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Mococo Indian Tribe (Mocoso)

The Mococo Indians were a small tribe of Florida, allies of the Timucua tribe. Their language was never properly recorded, but may have been related to Timucua. The Mococo no longer exist as a tribe. Most of them are believed to have merged into the Timucua tribe, which was crushed by European disease and warfare. Most of the Timucuan survivors were ultimately shipped to Cuba by the Spanish, where their fate remained unknown.

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Wikipedia: Mocosos:
    Encyclopedia article on the Mocoso Indians.
Four Directions: Mococo:
    Timeline and links about Mococo history.

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Discovering Florida: First-Contact Narratives from Spanish Expeditions along the Lower Gulf Coast:
    Book on the history of the colonization of Florida, including several accounts of the Mocoço tribe.

Links, References, and Additional Information

Mococo Tribe:
Mococo links page.
Los Timucua:
Information about the Mococos and other Timacuan tribes in Spanish.

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