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Alligator Wrestler onament
Price: $38.00
Alligator Wrestler onament
*NEW* Another Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum Store exclusive!Made in the USA
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Council Oak Silk Poncho
Price: $85.00
Council Oak Silk Poncho
100% Silk Poncho!
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Fry Bread: A Native American Family Story
Price: $18.99
Fry Bread: A Native American Family Story
What IS Fry Bread?
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Horseshoe Heart ornament
MSRP: $14.99
Price: $7.50
You Save: $7.49 (50 %)
Horseshoe Heart ornament
For Horse lovers (or just lovers!)
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Palmetto Fan earrings
Price: $29.95
Palmetto Fan earrings
This simple but affective hand fan was created by bending the segments of a palmetto palm frond and weaving them into themselves. This is another illustration of the ingenuity of the Seminoles to shape their environment to serve their needs. The same fr
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Patchwork Inspired Blanket
Price: $65.00
Patchwork Inspired Blanket
Patchwork Inspired, made of super soft microfiber!
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Patchwork Inspired Face Mask
Price: $20.00
Patchwork Inspired Face Mask
EXCLUSIVE to the Ah-Tah-Th-Ki Museum Store- Seminole patchwork inspired face mask!
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She Sang Promise
Price: $17.95
She Sang Promise
The life story of Betty Mae Jumper, an influential figure and Seminole Tribal leader.
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The Seminole Struggle: A History of America's Longest Indian War
Price: $35.00
The Seminole Struggle: A History of America's Longest Indian War
NEW from John and Mary Lou Missall authors ansd historians of the Seminole War
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Telling Our Stories

Telling Our Stories is our $10 million redesign campaign to expand and promote the Seminole Story with the Florida Story.

Story Keepers like you are important in sharing these stories. The Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum is the place “to learn, to remember” these stories for the Seminole People and the world.

Be a Part with your gift -whether big or small- you will be joining forces with an organization committed to sharing and preserving a key part of our Nation’s history and enriching communities.

 "Charitable contributions to or for the use of an Indian Tribe, which are made for exclusively public purposes, are generally tax deductible in accordance with applicable federal tax law.  As with any charitable contribution, please consult your tax professional."

 

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