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16 oz. Lidded Tumbler
Our 16 oz. Tervis Tumbler celebrates the Museum's upcoming 20th anniversary by featuring an updated version of one of our first logos.
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A Seminole Doll
Handcrafted Seminole Palmetto fiber doll, approximately 4" tall.
AIAC Booth Fee- Non-Tribal vendor
10'x 10' covered space, three 6'-8' tables and two chairs included in booth fee.
America's Hundred Years' War: U.S. Expansion to the Gulf Coast and the Fate of the Seminole, 1763–1858
America's Hundred Years' War offers more than a chronicle of the politics and economics of international rivalry. It provides a narrative of humanity and inhumanity, arrogance and misunderstanding, and outright bloodshed between vanquisher and vanquished.
Bandolier Bag Inspired Earrings
Our exclusive earrings are based on beadwork designs found on a Southeastern bandolier bag in the Museum's collection. Designed and made in USA,
Buckskin Declaration giclée
Long in the archives of the Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library, Museum and Boyhood Home, this powerful document is on exhibit through November 24, 2016 as a part of the Museum exhibit Struggle for Survival, 1817-1858.
Family Clan Membership
Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Members are special friends who visit the Museum as often as they like because admission is always free.
Guy LaBree: Barefoot Artist of the Seminoles
This book features forty-two stunning selections from this self-taught artist's output of more than 1,000 paintings. It also tells, for the first time, the intriguing story behind the white man who became A Bosh Che-Will A Tee Chee: "The Barefoot Artist o
Legends of the Seminoles
The retelling of Seminole legends by tribal storyteller Betty Mae Jumper. Beautifully illustrated by Guy LaBree.
McKenney Hall Prints: History of the Indian Tribes of North America 12" x 18"
Reproductions of mid 19th century portraits of Native Americans.
Follow the Florida Seminoles back in time as they honor the man who became a legend as a defender of this people and his homeland.
Red Patriots: The Story of the Seminoles
Charles Coe was among the few white people who troubled to take up and write about the tragic treatment of the Seminole Indians by the American government (and people). Coe makes it clear that his book, Red Patriots, published in 1898, was "written from t
She Sang Promise
The life story of Betty Mae Jumper, an influential figure and Seminole Tribal leader.
Thatched Roofs and Open Sides: The Architecture of Chickees and Their Changing Role in Seminole Society
The Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum's own Carrie Dilley has authored and autographed this book.
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