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Battle of Pine Island Ridge
Part of Second Seminole War
William Lauderdale statue
Statue of Major William Lauderdale near the site of the battle.
Date March 22, 1838
Location Pine Island Ridge, Florida
Flag of the United States (1837–1845).svg United States Seminole
Commanders and leaders
William Lauderdale Ar-pi-uck-i
500-600 50-100[1]

The Battle of Pine Island Ridge was a battle during the Second Seminole War fought on March 22, 1838 at the site of what is now Pine Island Ridge, Florida.[2]


  1. Norvell, Scott (August 14, 1988). "Remembering The Major A Bronze Statue Of Lauderdale On A Horse Is Being Cast For New Housing Development.". South Florida Sun-Sentinel. Retrieved January 11, 2013. 
  2. French, Bob (December 16, 1994). "Tribal Tribute: Groups Aim To Erect Statue To Honor A Seminole Hero.". South Florida Sun-Sentinel. Retrieved September 28, 2012. 

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