Nov 12, 2007
Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About The Seminoles According To Bossy’s Daughter.
The following diorama was constructed by Bossy’s 11-year-old daughter. It depicts an average day in the life of a Native American Seminole tribe:
Each of the above numbers corresponds to a Seminole figure performing the various tribe jobs which were equally divided between the men and the women.
- Here a Seminole woman weeds the garden by the riverbank:
- And here a Seminole woman does the tribe’s washing near a dock on the riverbank:
- And other tasks were performed by the women of the tribe, as depicted by the following Seminole woman under cover of her chikee:
- And here a hunter prepares to kill his hiding prey with a bow and arrow:
- And lastly a couple of Seminole men fish for the tribe’s dinner next to their canoe along the riverbank: