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"The Seminole Tribune: The Native's Voice"; Special Issue; February 6, 1992; The Official Newspaper of the Seminole Tribe of Florida.
Articles, subjects and images include:
Chitto Tustenuggee's (Snake Warrior's) Island: After 160 Years, Seminole Settlement threatened by development by Patsy West; image of William Steele at the excavation site; reported to be at the time the earliest documented Seminole site in the eastern Everglades, c.1828; Abiaka/ Sam Jones living in Everglades by 1928 according to historian John Lee Williams; U.S. military penetrated the Everglades by 1838 attacking Pine Island, but did not advance to Snake Warrior's island (Guava Key) until 1841; image of Doctor Tiger;aerial image of camp from 1929 in the lower Everglades taken from the historic blimp ride; council lodge (choo-co-thluc-co - big house) on the island
Seminole Legends live on in Betty Mae's videotape; the Corn Lady; Museum site, James E. Billie's old camp site used as the production site; images of Betty Mae
Critic loves "The Corn Lady"
|Title||The Seminole Tribune: The Native's Voice|
|Date||February 6, 1992|