National Geographic : 1930 Jan
HIGH LIGHTS IN THE SUNSHINE STATE THEIR EXILED FORBEARS RULED THE MYSTERIOUS EVERGLADES The Seminoles, now numbering but a who cling to their tribal ways. They still the tribal law. few hundred, are a sturdy and self-supporting people mete out justice in their own way to offenders against © National Geographic Society Autochromes by Charles Edward Hagle COCONUT PALMS FORM CATHEDRAL ARCHES ON THE WHITE SANDS OF LONG KEY This tiny isle between Key West and Miami is an angler's heaven. Here fishermen from all parts of the world pit their skill against the marlin, sailfish, tarpon, bonefish, and many other gamy varieties.