Ensemble, Date: Culture: Indigenous American (Seminole peoples), Medium: cotton
Angela Swedberg: Beaded Hats, my friend makes awesome beaded hats.
Seminole mother, Ruby Jumper Billie, holding her old infant Billie L. Cypress by State Library and Archives of Florida 1948
Angela Swedberg: It's Done!
Seminole Miccosukee Indian Patchwork Rainbow by missfarfalla
A very handsome Native North American couple, Situwuka and Katkwachsnea 1912 Native American portrait photo of Alaskan Tlingit Indians
Seminole Dress- very memphis- insanely shocked at how contemporary this looks. Amazing link between super folk textiles and really modern pattern systems/colours
*Wood Sculpture - "Maori Trooper Helmet" by Daniel Logan
Southeast Woman's Dress and Handbag, Seminole, c.
Seminole People of Florida: Survival & Succcess. (Left) Cape and shirt, ca.
Clothes made with cotton by Indigenous American (Seminole peoples) 1800 sure who put these together, but it's a man's shirt/jacket on top and a woman's skirt on bottom.
Title: Colorful Patchwork / Description: Shortly before a new decorative…
Women’s Seminole patchwork skirt
Florida Collection: Seminole Woman’s skirt, Miccosukee, cotton cloth and thread, early century, long
Seminole man's shirt, back view; image credit on full record.
Patchwork created from ultra-narrow strips in traditional patch patterns, length Cape, complete with lavender lace, created to match, length
Susie Billie holds an example of her traditional Seminole patchwork. Taweekaache, or patchwork, is a source of cultural pride and identity to the Seminoles.
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I was raised in FL and had the chance to grow up knowing Seminoles.