|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
Black and white photographic print of pigs at Little Charlie Micco's camp.
"The Seminole on the Brighton Reservation raised many hogs. Most were "woods hogs" running wild in the hammocks. A few were usually kept at the camp. In the early 40s one man was known to have over 700 head. Later, when the Seminole became established in the cattle business they had to give up hog raising."
|Photographer||William D. Boehmer|