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Seminole male doll, ca 1930s, from the National Museum of the American Indian

Young Seminoles with their teacher at the Hollywood Indian Reservation near Dania, Florida.

1800s Seminole Indian fashion.

Handmade Seminole Indian pin cushion.

Seminole Indians Wrestling Alligators At Musa Isle, Miami, Fla-57835

President Truman was presented with a Seminole shirt by a group of Seminole Indians and dignitaries looking on. December 6, 1947 People pictured: Leahy, William D. (William Daniel), 1875-1959; Osceola, William McKinley; Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972

1955 Billy Bowlegs Seminole Indian 104 Years Old Patriarch Florida Press Photo

Seminole Children circa 1920 by Yenshee Baby, via Flickr

Seminole Indians with dugout canoes, Everglades National Park, 1921

big cypress seminole indian reservation | Seminole indians village | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Seminole Indian Dolls. If you grew up in South Florida, you probably had at least one of these.

Visiting a Seminole Indian medicine man at Musa Isle Indian Village. | Florida Memory

Seminole Indian Susie Billie- Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation, Florida

Seminole Indian

Native Village: Gator Wrestling Seminole Indian Reservation in Hollywood, Florida

What do Seminole Indians eat?

1938 SEMINOLE INDIAN CHILDREN FLORIDA PHOTO

Seminole sweetgrass basket - "Sweetgrass" baskets have been made by Seminole Indians for more than 60 years. The wild sweetgrass used in these beautiful, sturdy creations is hand-picked from high, dry areas of the Everglades basin, washed, laid in the sun to dry and sewn together with colored threads. Palmetto fiber is the usual basket base material. The baskets may take many different shapes. The Seminole Tribe of Florida.

A postcard showing Seminole Indian children. | Florida Memory

Micco - A Seminole Indian Boy -- online storybook

"In 1967, Betty Mae Jumper became the first woman elected chair of the Seminole Tribe of Florida. She was the first woman to lead a major Native American tribe in the 20th century United States. Jumper was among the first Florida Seminoles to earn a high school diploma. She trained as a nurse and helped provide healthcare among the Seminoles, scattered in numerous camps from Indian River County to the Tamiami Trail."--State Library & Archives of Florida, on Flickr Commons