June 24, 2012 Euchee Chief Langley was invited to attend a historical re-enactment performed by Jim Sawgrass, James Bullock, and James Fiske. The re-enactors visited Old Kings and the Osceola capture site as part of the National Underground Railroad Conference of the National Park Service. This very historical spot was visited by historians, members of the conference, and descendants of the Euchee, Yamassee, Seminole, and Gullah tribes from South Carolina and Georgia. The location is described in Bill Ryan's book "Osceola- His Capture and Seminole Legend.
Historical Note: Many Euchees from the Savannah River Band migrated to Florida to fight with the Seminoles. The 2nd and 3rd Seminole Wars not just wars fought to prevent Indian removal-- they were a major slave rebellion. Indian slavery was more common than African slavery. The Euchees fought to prevent slavery and to free slaves who were capture in South Carolina by the colonist and other tribes such as the Creeks and Cherokees. Georgia became a slave state to prevent both Indian and African slaves from fleeing South Carolina to Spanish Florida. The area now known as Allendale County at the Burton Ferry region was a safe haven for many runaway slaves. Little history is known about the underground railroad moving South instead of North. South Carolina to Florida.