Seminole Indian Agency (Florida)
History The Seminole Agency (or Florida Agency) was established in 1822, with a subagency for the Indians of Florida. In 1826, a the Apalachicola Subagency for the Indians along the river of the same name was established. The Seminole Agency located its headquarters on the Seminole Reservation in central Florida. In 1834, the agent for the Seminoles was made Superintend of Emigration, in anticipation of the moving of the Seminoles to Indian Territory. Since not all Seminoles moved to Indian Territory, a subagent was appointed in 1849 for those remaining in Florida.