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Accession number 2012.20
Catalog Number 2012.20.171
Object Name Newspaper
Scope & Content 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.
Title Seminoles Become Pastoral, Rather Than Wild Hunters
Date June 1940
Catalog date 2013-11-26
Condition Good
Imagefile 044\201220171.JPG