Recipes From the Everglades

Recipes From the Everglades and Seminole Cooks

Láh-shee, The Licker, called "Creek Billy", 1838, Seminole tribe by George Catlin (1796-1872)

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Seminole Girl

This postcard from 1938 identifies this woman as Hipitenea Osceola from the everglades of southern Florida

Seminole Tribe of Florida Chairman James Billie at the 1985 Florida Folk Festival: White Springs, Florida by State Library and Archives of Florida, via Flickr

Seminole Tribe of Florida Chairman James Billie at the 1985 Florida Folk Festival: White Springs, Florida by State Library and Archives of Florida, via Flickr

Chief Tallahassee in Polk County (late 1800s)   Tallahassee was the head of a band of about thirty Seminole families who lived peacefully in Polk County from 1850 until the 1890s.    His clothing demonstrates the typical clothing style of Seminole men of authority in the late 1800s.

Chief Tallahassee in Polk County, Florida, late century Check the obvious bandolier worn from right shoulder to left hip.

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"Painted tipis of the headmen". Early Glass lantern slide by Walter McClintock. Source - Yale Collection, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library.

Frybread Seminole cooking. The Seminole Tribe of Florida. SEMINOLE GRANDMOTHERS LIKE MINE

Seminole Tribe of Florida official homepage is dedicated to the rich history, culture, and services of the Florida Seminole Indians.

Young Seminole men 1909. Pants were kept in town for he men and they were asked to put them on once they got around white folks. One youngste refused as you can see by windonthewater, via Flickr

Young Seminole men Pants were kept in town for the men and they were asked to put them on once they got around white folks. One youngster refused as you can see.

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