The Timucuan Indians were a benign, helpful presence when the French first built Fort Caroline. Chief Saturiba provided 80 workers who dug the fort's moat, among other tasks. Saturiba did this with an understanding that the French were committing to a war alliance with the Timucuan, so as to crush thir enemies with the help of these poxed, scrawny yet impressively armed white dudes. When push came to shove, the French declined to help with Saturiba's mad conquests, and the Timucuan faded from the Fort Caroline scene.

This, incidentally, is a reproduction of a Timucuan shelter.