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Seat designed by the Seminole Arts Council

Seat designed by the Seminole Arts Council

Brightly colored skeins and rolls of rick rack sit beneath vintage Singer sewing machines still in use by Seminole tribal elders in the Art and Culture Center on July, 24, 2015 in Hollywood, Fla.

Brightly colored skeins and rolls of rick rack sit beneath vintage Singer sewing machines still in use by Seminole tribal elders in the Art and Culture Center on July, 24, 2015 in Hollywood, Fla.

Brightly colored skeins and rolls of rick rack sit beneath vintage Singer sewing machines still in use by Seminole tribal elders in the Art and Culture Center on July, 24, 2015 in Hollywood, Fla.

Brightly colored skeins and rolls of rick rack sit beneath vintage Singer sewing machines still in use by Seminole tribal elders in the Art and Culture Center on July, 24, 2015 in Hollywood, Fla.

This is a piece that I made during an art demonstration at SPC Seminole campus. I was sitting by the lake near an area where the trees parted.  The wings represent the foilage, the body, with the gold and bronze, the lake itself.  Upcycled item is a pendant.

This is a piece that I made during an art demonstration at SPC Seminole campus. I was sitting by the lake near an area where the trees parted. The wings represent the foilage, the body, with the gold and bronze, the lake itself. Upcycled item is a pendant.

638087. Two Seminole Indian girls sit in one of the Indian villages of Miami. Miami, Florida, USA. c. 1920s

638087. Two Seminole Indian girls sit in one of the Indian villages of Miami. Miami, Florida, USA. c. 1920s

Billy Bowlegs became a primary leader of his people during the 2nd Seminole War 1835-1842. He was able to withstand efforts to force his people to move from Florida to Indian Territory now Oklahoma. After the 3rd Seminole War 1855-1858, he finally agreed to take his people to the Indian Territory. When the Civil War broke out in 1861, he spent his last years as a captain in the Union Army's 1st Indian Regiment.

Billy Bowlegs became a primary leader of his people during the 2nd Seminole War 1835-1842. He was able to withstand efforts to force his people to move from Florida to Indian Territory now Oklahoma. After the 3rd Seminole War 1855-1858, he finally agreed to take his people to the Indian Territory. When the Civil War broke out in 1861, he spent his last years as a captain in the Union Army's 1st Indian Regiment.

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