|Alice Billie and Rosie Billie pounding corn||Alice Billie and Rosie Billie pounding corn||Still Image||Seminole Indians|
Alice Billie and Rosie Billie pounding corn
- Twenty-four color slides. Sisters Alice and Rosie billie pounding corn kernels into meal using a wooden mortar and pestle. The images were created in part for use in an exhibit on Seminole culture at the Museum of Florida History.
|Alice Billie sewing in a Miami public library||Alice Billie sewing in a Miami public library||Still Image||Ethnicity, Seminole|
Clothing and dress
Equipment, domestic arts
Alice Billie sewing in a Miami public library
- Twenty color slides. Images of Seminole Alice Billie sewing traditional Seminole clothing at a Miami public library. Part of a National Endowment for the Arts funded folklife program, presented at various libraries across the state, using local talent. A few of the images of Billie sewing can be found on the Florida photographic Collection website.
|Scenes from Alice Billie and Rosie Billie family camp||Scenes from Alice Billie and Rosie Billie family camp||Still Image||Seminole Indians|
Scenes from Alice Billie and Rosie Billie family camp
- Fifty-four color slides. Scenes from sisters Alice and Rosie Billie's camp compound in Ochopee. 413-419: Seminole child bathing (Addie Billie great-grandson); 420-423: cattle grazing; 424-440: dinner cooking over an open fire; 441-442: family compound; 443: Agness Cypress with pestle; 444-459:Rosie and Alice Billie; 469-471: Susie Billie pounding corn with mortar and pestle; 472-477: Sweet grass drying for basket making; 478: Alice Billie using her metal corn grinder. The images were created in part for use in an exhibit on Seminole culture at the Museum of Florida History.