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Accession number 2015.44
Catalog Number 2015.44.52
Object Name Newspaper
Scope & Content "The Seminole Tribune: The Native's Voice", Vol. 2 No. 10; July 13, 1984;
The official newspaper of the Seminole Tribe of Florida

Articles, subjects and images include:

The Seminole Tribe and Aquaculture: albino catfish sold for breeding purposes
The Story of Five Generations
Maggie Osceola
Donna Osceola
Maydell Osceola
Charles Osceola
Mary Osceola
Mary (Jimmie) Osceola believed to be oldest member of the tribe in Hollywood; over 100 years old
Hollywood Student Recognition Day
Indian Reservation gets its first Bank - Seminole National Bank
Billy Cypress
Carol Cypress
50th Anniversary of Act Marked - the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934 -" federal policy was to break up tribal land holdings through allotments to Indian individuals...the act ended the allotment period and its attempts to dismantle tribal groups".
Did you see that big black cat? - "Panther is a local, non-scientific name for a large, long-tailed cat native to North and South America, properly named cougar, puma, mountain lion or Felis Concolor
Title The Seminole Tribune: The Native's Voice
Date July 13, 1984
Catalog date 2015-11-16
Condition Good
Imagefile 103\20154452.JPG