National Geographic : 1940 Jan
AP Photograph from Pictures, Inc. IN SKILLFULLY FASHIONED DUGOUT, A SEMINOLE POLES HIS WIFE, CHILD, AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS TO ANEW HOME In sharp contrast to the well-made boat is the crudely rigged sail. With the Indian's love of color, the tribesman wears abrightly figured shirt. About 650 Seminoles still live in southern Florida, where they hunt and fish, and trade in hides and souvenirs along the few roads which skirt their inaccessible haunts.