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What is ironic about the field workers' view of the Native Americans in the Everglades?
The workers expect the Indians to have a closer relationship with nature, yet they ended up in the same predicament.
The workers have a friendly relationship with the Seminoles, but the Seminoles didn't offer them any help when the hurricane came.
Indians were viewed as a lower social class, but after the hurricane, the Seminoles were more equal to the white populations because of shifting fortunes in the aftermath of the disaster.
The workers thought that the Seminoles were cruel, but the Seminoles worked the hardest to help save other people during the storm.
The workers think the Indians are intellectually inferior, yet the Indians are one of the first groups to realize they should leave the Everglades for higher ground.