"The Seminole Indians In The Civil War"

Presented by Frank Mitchell


Meet Our Speaker

Frank Mitchell was bitten by the history bug at an early age. At Pepperdine University, he majored in history, graduating at the top of his class, and the recipient of several awards.

Frank’s professional career was spent as an attorney, and the Vice President of a major corporation.

Frank has toured many of the battlefields, and collected a fascinating array of original Civil War era relics, as well as documents, including a presentation of autographs of all of Abraham Lincoln’s Cabinet, most of the Cabinet of Jefferson Davis, and many of the generals that served during the war. He has battle worn canteens, bayonets, camp stoves, medical kits, camp paraphernalia, and more. Frank has also amassed a large library, of over 1,000 history books – many of them on the Civil War.

Frank has given presentations and lectures about US History, from the Revolutionary War, through World War One. But his favorite subjects, and most requested topics, deal with the Civil War.