Although a large number of Seminoles ventured to Oklahoma to settle, many stayed in Florida. They actually settled in northern Florida but later moved south ...
Miccosukee Indian Doctor Tiger - Miami, Florida, ca 1890
Miccosukee mother & child, ca1900
Seminole Indians at Smallwood's Store: Chokoloskee, Florida (early 1900s)
Displaced Seminole mother with her baby at a temporary camp in Immokalee, Florida, ca1930
Photo from the W. Stanley Hanson and Robert D. Mitchell Collection of Seminole Indian
Miccosukee Indian George Osceola - Florida
Seminole medicine man Josie Billie at the Florida Folk Festival - White Springs, Florida,
Cherokee stickball game at the Fading Voices Festival, held annually in the Snowbird community near
Marjory Stoneman Douglas canoeing with a Miccosukee Indian at the Miccosukee Cultural Center in the Everglades
Page 1. The Seminoles and Miccosukees
Susie Billie and Pilot Billie at Susie's house- Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation, Florida
Osceola (Black Drink), Seminole chief; born on the Chattahoochee River, Ga
Miccosukee Indian Conapatchee/Little Bille. He was a guide for the Trailblazers as he drove their Model A and Model T Fords from Naples to Miami, ...
Creek/Seminole/Miccosukee stick ball sticks
Seminole Stick and Ball. The traditional stick ball game, played by many Southeastern indigenous
Indian Village - Miccosukee / Tribe of Indians of Florida
Stickball - Choctaw Nation Cultural Services
Mary Smith models a Seminole skirt made by Jay McGirt during a Southeastern-Indian style
Billy Cypress Chairman of Miccosukee Tribe of Florida #AIANTAEastern #DiscoverNativeAmerica
Stickball, or Kapucha Toli is alive and well in the Choctaw Nation, but its roots go back centuries as a forerunner of lacrosse.
Nellie Doctor Bain washing clothes at a chickee yard :Dania Reservation, Florida, 1956
Miccosukee Indians Martha Willie and great granddaughter Lucretia Jim - at Sam Willie's camp, Florida
Muscogee Creek nation-, Second Chief Roger Barnett. The MUSCOGEE (Creek) Nation
This ceremony is a religious renewal and fasting that the Seminole tribes and other Native American tribes go through.
Choctaw stickball: A fierce, ancient game deep in Mississippi
An undated photo of a young Miccosukee woman
This is my father in law Bobby Henry leading a Seminole stomp dance.
Revitalization of Choctaw Stickball in Oklahoma - School of Choctaw Language
Seminole Josie Billie with his family and dog (1921). | Florida Memory
Canadian Lacrosse Association "In Honour of a Spiritual ...
Lottie Shore weaving beads to use on Seminole dolls- White Springs, Florida Florida state
Seminole woman grilling turtle at the 1987 Florida Folk Festival - White Springs, Florida
Typical Miccosukee Indian Family - Florida Everglades - Chrome Postcard
Herbert Jim with a Seminole Bandolier Bag produced by Brian M. Zepeda, Seminole Tribe
Uchee Indian Tribal Nation - (17) Black Seminole Historian
Jim Brown, Roy Simmons, Jr. (SU Coaching Legend), and Oren
Sovereign Miccosukee Seminole Nation (Everglades, Florida). MY LITTLE SISTER!
Traditional Miccosukee And Seminole Indian Clothing And ..
The Seminole and Miccosukee Tribes of Southern Florida
The Five Civilized Tribes were the five Native American nations -- the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek (Muscogee) and Seminole -- that were considered ...
Creek Stick Ball Players at Thlopthlocco Tribal Town near Okemah, Oklahoma - 1924
Fanny Stuart and Susie Tiger, Prairie near Lake Okeechobee, Florida
SHEFFIELD-TUSCUMBIA - The tenth annual Walk to Tuscumbia from Tuscumbia Landing along the Tennessee River in Sheffield to Spring Park took place Saturday .
THE SEMINOLE TRIBUNE > EVENTS >
Miccosukee - Seminole Patchwork Painting by Wendy Wood | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Modern postcard, Louise Billie sews on a Singer sewing machine, Billie Swamp Safari,
Nea-Math-La, ca. watercolor on paper, Thomas L. McKenney James Hall Museum Neah Emathla led the rebel Creeks and marched as one of the first Creeks sent to ...
Seminole and Miccosukee Tourism: Keeping the Culture Alive in Florida
big cypress seminole indian reservation | ... - Boys playing stick ball - Big
Seminole Indian | title seminole indians under a chickee owner state library and .
Picture of King Phillip, Seminole Chief
Seminole Indian Buffalo Jim 1950's
*SL "Stickball Sticks" Brown Leather
The Henry family, led by medicine man Bobby Henry, leads an inter-tribal
Cherokee Stick Ball Set - Made by Garfield Long, a full-blooded Cherokee native, in the tradition of the ancient stickball game that was played by the ...
Seminole Indian Billy Bowlegs III (left) and Creek Indian artist Fred Beaver at the
Seminole woman washing clothes beside an Everglades canal at the Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation.
Sito-Hadjo (aka Chitto-Harjo, aka Crazy Snake) - Creek -
Marion Bowers collecting palmetto stems, which she uses for making baskets - Brighton Seminole Indian Reservation, Florida
Billy Bowlegs III (African-American, Native American (Seminole)) [American]Known as: Seminole Elder & Tribal Historian
seminole men at musa isla 2 by windonthewater, via Flickr
74 year old Deaconess Bedell with Miccosukee leader Ingram Billy and his family - Everglades,
Chief Buffalo Tiger of the Miccosukee Tribe located in Southern Florida wearing a traditional patchwork quilt
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A Seminole Indian woman making dolls
Creek Woman Warrior circa 1900
Seminole Indian | Seminole Indian
The Creeks were given the "Creek" name by the European settlers because of the
Florida Memory - Seminole women
Mr. Agnes Wallace in Mississipi holding a pair of sticks used to play Stick Ball - Choctaw - 1908
Miccosukee Fashion Show | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Absolutely Stunning
Seminole Photos - Public Domain Wikimedia Commons
Related ethnic groups: Muskogean peoples: Alabama, Coushatta, Miccosukee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, and Seminole
Seminole/Miccosukee patchwork tattoo done by Levi Hatch at Think Ink Tattoo in Norman,
Seminole or Miccosukee, Creek Confederacy, Man's Big Shirt; acquired on the Cow
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Seminole (Florida), Shoes, beads/silk/leather, c. c. 1830.
Lectures in History: Creek Indians & the First Seminole War
Step into the Seminole experience at Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation, especially at the Living Village, where you and the kids can see how Seminole ...
Play Native American stick ball at your birthday party
Seminole women cooking - public domain - Wikimedia Commons