A Seminole, a Native American who lives in the Florida Everglades, paddles and hunts in the Everglade swamps in a 1949 film about the Seminoles.
Seminole Native Americans use air boats and headlamps to move around the swamps of the Everglades and hunt in a 1949 documentary.
A Native American in the Everglades of Florida observes an alligator nest as he paddles through the swamps, in a film about the Seminoles from 1949.
A 1949 film about Seminoles examines, in a stereotyped fashion, the Native Americans that live in the Everglades and their connection with nature.
Unusual and sometimes condescending narration accompanies a 1949 documentary on the Native American Seminoles, this segment focuses on the dangers that Seminole children may often face in the Florida Everglades.
A 1949 documentary about Native Americans that live in the Everglades, Seminoles, highlights tobacco use in the culture, followed by racially charged commentary on the superiority of cigarettes developed by 'the white man.'
The Everglades, home to the Seminole Native Americans, is being encroached by farmlands and development according a 1949 film about Seminoles, that includes racist suggestions of the superiority of white men.
A Seminole Native American walks about downtown Miami in a 1949 documentary, the narration carries some condescending racial stereotypes and characterization of the Seminole.
A Native American Seminole partakes in an alligator wrestling match for tourists in a 1949 documentary.
Sowing machines are used by Seminole Native Americans as portrayed in a 1949 documentary.