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Part one of a report completed in 1911 by Lorenzo D. Creel, Special Indian Agent to Seminoles. The report contains information related to a study of Seminole Indians conducted by Clay MacCauley in the winter of 1880-81. Commissioned by the Bureau of Ethology, MacCauley spent several months learning about the Seminole Tribe's lifestyle. Part one of the report includes an itinerary. The report is addressed to "The Honorable Commisioner of Indian Affairs, Washington, D.C."
The report 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.