45 items found
Collection ID is exactly "1" AND Tradition Bearer is exactly "Jumper, Betty Mae, 1923-2011"
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Betty Mae Jumper and family at the 1968  Florida Folk Festival

Betty Mae Jumper and family at the 1968 Florida Folk Festival

Date
1968-05
Description
One black and white print. Jumper, of Hollywood Seminole Reservation, was the first female leader of the Seminole Tribal Council. She was also the first to receive a high school diploma, accomplished in Cherokee, North Carolina. To the left is Lottie Shore.
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Betty Mae Jumper performing at the 1975 Florida Folk Festival

Betty Mae Jumper performing at the 1975 Florida Folk Festival

Date
1975-08
Description
Nine color slides.
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Betty Mae Jumper sewing baskets at the Stephen Foster Center

Betty Mae Jumper sewing baskets at the Stephen Foster Center

Date
1985-01
Description
Two color slides. Images are of Jumper sewing colored thread into grass baskets. Images were created as fieldwork for the apprenticeship program. The Folk Arts Apprenticeship Program began in 1983 with a NEA grant of $22,000. The program provided an opportunity for master folk artists to share technical skills and cultural knowledge with apprentices in order to keep the tradition alive. Apprentices must have had some experience in the tradition and agreed to train for at least six months. The first project director was Blanton Owen, later replaced by folklorist Peter Roller. The program was continued each year through 2003.
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Betty Mae Jumper speaking at the Stephen Foster Center amphitheater

Betty Mae Jumper speaking at the Stephen Foster Center amphitheater

Date
1990
Description
One color print. Jumper, of Hollywood Seminole Reservation, was the first female leader of the Seminole Tribal Council. She was also the first to receive a high school diploma, accomplished in Cherokee, North Carolina. She won the 1994 Florida Folk Heritage Award posthumously.
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Betty Mae Jumper workshop at Summer Seminar

Betty Mae Jumper workshop at Summer Seminar

Date
1985-07-15
Description
Four reel-to-reel recordings. Folklorist Andrea Graham serves as emcee. Jumper speaks about Seminole storytelling, in the process discussing myths; archetypes; her personal history; Seminole beliefs, history, and culture; and examples of Seminole folktales. Copied onto audio cassettes C85-5 through C85-8
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Folklorist Doris Dyen interviewing Betty Mae Jumper

Folklorist Doris Dyen interviewing Betty Mae Jumper

Date
1982
Description
Two color slides. Images taken at the Hollywood reservation library. The images were created for the Florida Folklife Program's Seminole Slide and Tape Project, a program sponsored by the American Express Company in 1982-1983 to create two educational slide/tape programs for use by schools, community groups, and other educational outlets. One program dealt with sweetgrass basket making; the other on traditional Seminole patchwork. Recordings of the finished program tapes can be found in S 1576, Box 10. Teacher guides, program scripts, and documentation of the project can be found in S 1595, Box 1.
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Friday evening performances at the 1968 Florida Folk Festival (Main Stage) (Reel 3)

Friday evening performances at the 1968 Florida Folk Festival (Main Stage) (Reel 3)

Date
1968-05-03
Description
One reel to reel recording. Boltin served as emcee. The Wiggins Sisters were from Bradenton. Jones and Snyder were from West Palm Beach.
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Friday performances at the 1983 Florida Folk Festival (Main Stage) (Reel 7)

Friday performances at the 1983 Florida Folk Festival (Main Stage) (Reel 7)

Date
1983-05-27
Description
One reel to reel recording.
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Friday performances at the 1995 Florida Folk Festival (Folklife Area Workshops) (Tape 4)

Friday performances at the 1995 Florida Folk Festival (Folklife Area Workshops) (Tape 4)

Date
1995-05-26
Description
One audio cassette Jones discusses quilting, her family, turpentining, and rice farming. She began on FLN-3. Jumper told Seminole stories.
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Friday performances at the 1995 Florida Folk Festival (Folklife Area Workshops) (Tape 5)

Friday performances at the 1995 Florida Folk Festival (Folklife Area Workshops) (Tape 5)

Date
1995-05-26
Description
One audio cassette Jumper (continued from FLN-4) told Seminole stories. She was from Hollywood Reservation. Louis told Haitian stories, including Bouki stories.
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Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
Betty Mae Jumper and family at the 1968 Florida Folk FestivalBetty Mae Jumper and family at the 1968 Florida Folk FestivalStill ImagePublic officer
Folk festivals
Folklore revival festivals
Native Americans
Seminole Indians
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Betty Mae Jumper performing at the 1975 Florida Folk FestivalBetty Mae Jumper performing at the 1975 Florida Folk FestivalStill ImageNeedleworkers
Orators
Folk festivals
Folklore revival festivals
Festivals
Ethnicity, Seminole
Seminole Indians
Native Americans
Demonstrations
Public speaking
Needlework
Sewing
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Betty Mae Jumper sewing baskets at the Stephen Foster CenterBetty Mae Jumper sewing baskets at the Stephen Foster CenterStill ImageNeedleworkers
Fieldwork
Demonstrations
Needlework
Sewing
Native Americans
Seminole Indians
Baskets
Basket work
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Betty Mae Jumper speaking at the Stephen Foster Center amphitheaterBetty Mae Jumper speaking at the Stephen Foster Center amphitheaterStill ImageStorytellers
Orators
Public speaking
Ethnicity, Seminole
Seminole Indians
Native Americans
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a_s1576_t85-100Betty Mae Jumper workshop at Summer SeminarsoundStorytellers
Storytelling
Native Americans
Folktales
Seminole Indians
Oral narratives
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Folklorist Doris Dyen interviewing Betty Mae JumperFolklorist Doris Dyen interviewing Betty Mae JumperStill ImageSeminole Indians
Native Americans
Indian reservations
Audiotape recordings
Sound recording
Interviewing
Fieldwork
Oral communication
Research methods
Needleworkers
Folklorists
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a_s1576_t77-185Friday evening performances at the 1968 Florida Folk Festival (Main Stage) (Reel 3)SoundSingers
Bluegrass musicians
Festivals
Folk festivals
Folklore revival festivals
Special events
Performing arts
Singing
Seminole Indians
Native Americans
Oral performance
Bluegrass music
Stringband music
Boy Scouts
Musicians
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a_s1576_t83-160Friday performances at the 1983 Florida Folk Festival (Main Stage) (Reel 7)SoundMusicians
Singers
Festivals
Folk festivals
Folklore revival festivals
Special events
Performing arts
Music performance
Singing
Elementary schools
Storytelling
Oral narratives
Seminole Indians
Native Americans
Children
Storytellers
Students
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a_s1576_46_fln-004Friday performances at the 1995 Florida Folk Festival (Folklife Area Workshops) (Tape 4)SoundQuiltmakers
Needleworkers
Storytellers
Folk festivals
Folklore revival festivals
Festivals
Special events
Performing arts
Workshops (Adult education)
Quilting
Quilts
Needlework
Decorative arts
Domestic arts
Oral performance
Family history
Turpentine
Turpentining
Rice
Seminole Indians
Oral narratives
Storytelling
African Americans
Native Americans
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a_s1576_46_fln-005Friday performances at the 1995 Florida Folk Festival (Folklife Area Workshops) (Tape 5)SoundFolk festivals
Folklore revival festivals
Festivals
Special events
Performing arts
Workshops (Adult education)
Storytelling
Oral narratives
Trickster tales
Oral performance
Native Americans
Seminole Indians
Arts, Haitian
Haitian Americans
Mikasuki language
Storytellers
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