I am Grey Eyes: A Story of Old Florida
by Bill Ryan
20 May 1767 a Seminole Indian called Grey Eyes and some 25 Indian boys drove 500 cattle from Colerain Georgia on the St. Mary's River to a destination in South East Florida a distance of about 106 miles. The British Governor of Florida credited "my friend" Grey Eyes with finding a route for a new roadway. This is the story of a most unusual Seminole as told by Grey Eyes himself.