As a descendant of the Spanish Seminoles who once populated Sanibel Island and an eighth generation Sanibel native, David Rahahę·tih Webb will speak about his book, “The Spanish Seminole: The Untold History of the Spanish Indians as Shared by a Descendant,” at a special presentation on Monday, Jan. 22 at the J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge on Sanibel Island.
Rahahę·tih Webb’s book presents a detailed account of the Spanish Indians of Sanibel and beyond – their history, culture and legacy – using newly uncovered documents, primary sources and oral histories.
Webb’s presentation will include images, artifacts and his own artwork.
– Submitted Event, The SWFL 100 Calendar