|Call#||AM1 .A37 Fall 1994(copy 4)|
"Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki News: News for the Museum of the Seminole Tribe of Florida"; Fall 1994; Hollywood facility
Video Produced (Special to be Seminole)
Happpy Holidays and New Year from Billy L. Cypress
Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum Gains Seminole Canoe
Museum Wins Two Awards at Pioneer Days
Sakha Delegation Visits Museum
Quote from the Past about Osceola
Did you know? column
One of the lsot arts of the Seminoles is silverwork, which continued until the early 1940s.
When the Seminoles first moved into North Florida in the 1700s herds of bison still roamed the area.
The Third Seminole War, 1855-1858, is sometimes known as the Billy Bowlegs War because of the prominent role of Chief Billy Bowlegs.
Although most Seminole baskets today are made from sweetgrasss, baskets were traditionally made from split cane or palmetto stems.
In-Service Training Held for Tachers
Seminole Crafts Featured at Coral Gables Festival
Florida's Seminole Heritage Displayed at Broward Library
Billy L. Cypress
|Title||Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki News: News for the Museum of the Seminole Tribe of Florida; Fall 1994; Hollywood facility|
|Published Date||Fall 1994|
|Physical Description||8.5 x 11 inch softcover; 3 page foldout; black and white images|
|LCNO||AM1 .A37 Fall 1994(copy 4)|
|Published Place||Ft. Lauderdale|
|Publisher||The Seminole Tribe of Florida, Inc.|