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Newspaper clipping from a Fort Lauderdale, Florida based newspaper entitled, "Seminoles Become Pastoral, Rather Than Wild: Financially Successful Under Federal Assistance Program." The article is in regards to the cattle industry and the financial success of the Seminole Indians.
Names associated with this article include: Dwight Gardin, Charlie Micco, John John and Willie Gopher.
The clipping was part of a research notebook that belonged to Francis Frost White, an employee of the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) in Dania in the 1930s and 40s.
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