Art of the Florida Seminole and Miccosukee Indians

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Index
Abraham, 45-47, 60, 174
Accessories, 8, 79-82, 134. See also Arm bands; Baldrics; Bandanas; Feathers; Fobs; Footwear; Garters; Headwear; Jewelry; Sashes; Scarves; Shoulder bags; Silverwork; Straps; Turbans
Adair, James, 121, 122, 180, 189, 194
African slaves, 13, 14, 156; basketry technique of, 203-4; Indians and, 2, 167, 266 (see also Afro-Seminoles; Indians [as slaveholders]); runaway (see also Maroons); as seamstresses, 42. See also Freedmen Afro-Seminoles, 40, 42-47, 56, 59, 67; Osceola and, 51; during Second Seminole War, 49; sewing influence of, on Indians, 88. See also Abraham Agriculture: communal granaries, 233, 234; crops, 25, 233-35; food, 97, 196; gardens, 53, 59, 66, 232, 235, 236; orange groves, 233; Tecumseh's criticism of, 36-37. See alsoCorn
Aguilar, Elaine, 209-10
Ais Indians, 12
Alabama Department of Archives and History, 184
Alabama Indians, 156
Alabama-Koasati (language), 15
Alabama River, 15
Alachua: region, 12, 25, 46, 223; community, 232
Alachua Indians: dynasty of "King Payne," 173; original band of Seminoles, 169; term for Seminoles, 57
Albuquerque Museum, 117
Alcohol: abuse of, 47, 271
Alexander, John, 170
Algonquian (language), 15
Alligator Alley, 269
Alligator (Seminole chief), 46, 47, 165, 170
Allston, Washington, 39
American Museum of Natural History, 83
Apalachee Indians, 12-15, 135; language of, 15
Apalachicola River, 38, 40
Apauley Tustennuggee, 154
Appliqué, 34, 42-45, 82; as African art, 45; on blouses, 263; on bodices, 64; on breechcloths, 146; on capes, 91, 95; on coats, 44, 68, 79, 84, 88; on dolls, 213; on dresses, 85; with patchwork, 90; on shirts, 60, 68, 69, 77, 91, 95; on skirts, 68, 72, 91, 95
Arm bands, 26, 31, 42, 79, 265; silver, 180, 181, 183, 188; tin, 192
Arpeika. See Jones, Sam
Art: definition of, 3; influence of Native American on modern, 8-9
Attasse (Creek town), 160
Aucilla River, 12
Axes, 216, 245
Baldrics: sashes as, 124
Ball games, 11, 79, 180, 250; during

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents vii
  • Contents ix
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter 1 Evolution of Early Dress 10
  • Chapter 2 Nineteenth-Century Dress 36
  • Chapter 3 Twentieth-Century Dress: Patchwork 83
  • Chapter 4 Fingerweaving 120
  • Chapter 5 Beadwork 132
  • Chapter 6 Shoulder Bags 152
  • Chapter 7 Silverwork 179
  • Chapter 8 Basketry 194
  • Chapter 9 Dools 211
  • Chapter 10 Pottery 220
  • Chapter 11 Men's Work: Village Construction and Wood Carving 229
  • Bibliography 273
  • Index 284
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