|Call#||AM1 .A37 Summer 1995(copy 3)|
"Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki News: News for the Museum of the Seminole Tribe of Florida"; Summer 1995; Hollywood facility; Includes reprint insert of a letter from Nelson Mabie dated 1836, stationed at Fort Brook
Planning Begins on Curatorial Building with visit from Smithsonian Conservator
Letter Sent Home from the Front (Fort Brook November 17, 1836)
Quote from the Past (Nelson Mabie)
Did You Know?
Museum Obtains Military Artifacts
Lifecasts of Elders Go To Smithsonian
Billy L. Cypress
Dr. Ray Giron
Nelson Mabie (letter from)
William C. Sturtevant
Did You Know?
Rabbit is the trickster in the Seminole folklore. He is called cho-fo-lock-sah, the lying Rabbit.
Bill Brown's Boat Landign was a trading post in the Big Cypress, east of Immokalee. Seminoles traded there from 1901 through 1908.
Musa Isle was a citrus grove, then a Seminole tourist camp, located on hte Miami River. After operating for almost fifty years, it finally closed in the 1960s.
One Seminole cultural element not borrowed from the Creek is the medicine bundle. This is a collection of medicine, wrapped in deerskin, received from the Breathmaker to protect the tribe.
|Title||Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki News: News for the Museum of the Seminole Tribe of Florida; Summer1995; Hollywood facility|
|Published Date||Summer 1995|
|Physical Description||8.5 x 11 inch softcover; 3 page foldout; black and white images|
|LCNO||AM1 .A37 Summer 1995(copy 3)|
|Published Place||Ft. Lauderdale|
|Publisher||The Seminole Tribe of Florida, Inc.|