Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
The Albert DeVane Collection represents a portion of the papers and photographs of a historian who focused his life on Seminole Indian culture. The writings and photographs in the collection center around Seminole Indians from the Brighton Reservation.
Monthly reports and supplementary letters from Rev. Alexander Linn to the Board of National Missions of the Presbyterian Church detailing expenses, salary due, and noteworthy events from his missionary work in Florida. The collection also includes a set of hand-tinted glass lantern slides that accompanied a lecture Linn gave about the Seminole Indians.
Notes of Seminole War fort locations; photocopied originals of scouting reports, diaries, correspondence from the National Archives and typed transcriptions; photos of Seminoles. Compiled by Edward T. Keenan and Thomas Brown.
Case records related to The Seminole Indians of Florida v. The United States before the Indian Claims Commission. Specifically, these records pertain to a 1976 petition for attorney fees to be awarded to Effie Knowles.
Photocopies of correspondence, reports, and other papers related to the Seminole Tribe of Florida found in the National Archives, primarily in the files of the Office of Indian Affairs between 1820 and 1897.
Files of papers from 1961-2002, mostly dealing with Seminole Indian history, military history, and environmental activism.
John M. Goggin was a renowned archaeologist and anthropologist who worked in the American Southwest and Southeast, the Caribbean, and Mexico. The collection includes his field notebooks, his publications and research files, photographs, and newspaper clippings.
A recording of the Seminole spoken language.
The Louis Bishop Capron Papers comprise personal correspondence, fiction and nonfiction manuscripts, and photographs of this children's author and amateur ethnographer of the Florida Seminole and Miccosukee Indians. Most of the materials pertain to Capron's interest in and friendship with the Seminoles.
Correspondence and miscellaneous materials of May Mann Jennings, a political and environmental activist.