|Call#||AM1 .A37 Summer 1997|
"Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum News"; Summer 1997
Inside This Issue: Florida teachers and tour operators get a preview of the Museum opening. Includes announcement of new staff member Brian Zepeda.
Did you Know?
The Seminole Triber was esablished with two governing bodes-- a Tribal Council as the overall governing body, and a Board of Directors to manage tribal business enterprises.
During the 1930s, many Seminoles took advantage of out-of-state tourism events. Large Seminole contingencies recreated entire villages at the Canadian National Exhibition, the Century of Progress in Chicago and the New York World's Fair.
Wildcat (Coacaoochee) was probably the most dashing figure of the Second Seminole War. At one point, the spoils of war included some theater costumes. Later, when Wildcate arrived at Fort Cummings for a talk, he was dressed as Hamlet.
|Title||Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum News; Summer 1997|
|Published Date||Summer 1997|
|Physical Description||8.5 x 11 inch softcover; 4 pp; black and white images|
|LCNO||AM1 .A37 Summer 1997|
|Published Place||Ft. Lauderdale|
|Publisher||The Seminole Tribe of Florida, Inc.|