|Osceola family||Osceola family||Still Image||Boats|
- Two black and white prints. The Osceola family at the Stephen Foster Center building a canoe. 1978.
|a_s1622_03_tape22||O. B. Osceola, Sr. interview for the Southwest Florida Folk Arts Project||Sound||Carpentry|
O. B. Osceola, Sr. interview for the Southwest Florida Folk Arts Project
- One audio cassette. Recorded at the 8th Annual American Indian Days festival. Discusses the difference between reservation and 'independent' Seminoles; his father Cory Osceola; building chickees for a living; other jobs; selling Seminole food such as fry bread; cooking fry bread; selecting vendors for the festival; and difference between Miccosukee and Seminole peoples.
|Juanita Osceola sewing a Seminole doll||Juanita Osceola sewing a Seminole doll||Still Image||Dollmaking|
|a_s1622_04_tape11||Alonzo Curry interview for the Southwest Florida Folk Arts Project||Sound||Field recordings|
Alonzo Curry interview for the Southwest Florida Folk Arts Project
- One audiocassette. Curry was a farmer since the 1940s. He discusses getting started in farming: clearing fields; developing his process, and deciding on crops. He also discusses his crops: watermelons, cucumbers, tomatoes; special needs for each; changes to the environment; main issue: water control; debt; financing; small farmers; plastic farming; and cattle raising (his other business).
|a_s1640_22_tape24||Jesús Rodríguez & apprentice Cecilia Santos interview for the Folk Arts Apprenticeship Program||Sound||Field recordings|
|a_s2029_01_tape07||Lupe Sanchez interview at the Cinco de Mayo Festival for the Mexican American Music Survey||Sound||Field recordings|
Struck keyboard zithers
|a_s1622_04_tape02||Patsy West and James Billie interview for the Southwest Florida Folk Arts Project||Sound||Field recordings|
|a_s1622_03_tape13||Performance at the American Indian Days Festival||Sound||Field recordings|
Music -- Performance
|a_s1622_03_tape15||Phillip Johnson interview for the Southwest Florida Folk Arts Project||Sound||Field recordings|
|a_s2029_01_c01||The Florida Mexican American Music Survey sampler tape pre-production copy||Sound||Field recordings|
The Florida Mexican American Music Survey sampler tape pre-production copy
- One audiocassette tape. The music from the sampler tape is the result of the Mexican American Music Survey, an attempt to document the musical traditions of Florida's various Mexican American communities in Apopka, South Dade County, Immokalee, the St. Johns River Basin, and Central Florida. Among the styles and genres represented on the audiocassette are cumbia, conjunto, quinceañera ritual music, ranchera, mariachi, norteño, tejano, and pop.
On tracks 1 and 2, La Fuerza del Norte (Granado, Avalos, G. Rivera, Espinoza, Jr.) perform a corrido and a ranchera at Irene Gaure's quinceañera reception in Homestead on November 12, 1994.
On tracks 3 and 4, Grupo Cassanova perform cumbias in Homestead on November 13, 1994.
On tracks 5 and 6, Los Halcones de Michoacán (Mondragon, Valdez, Abonce) perform a vals and a ranchera in Homestead on November 13, 1994.
On tracks 7 and 8, Animación del Norte perform a vals and a huapango in Homestead on November 13, 1994.
On tracks 9 and 10, La Fuerza del Norte perform a ranchera and a valsiada for a Mother's Day serenata in Homestead on May 14, 1995.
On track 11 through 13, Alviso, Rocha, and G. Rivera perform a valsiada, La Fuerza del Norte perform a ranchera, and Los Herrantes de Nuevo Leon (Espinoza,Sr., J. Rivera, Pedraza, Espinoza, Jr.) perform a chotis for a live Mother's Day broadcast on Radio Continental in Homestead on May 14, 1995.
On tracks 14 and 15, Los Fronterizos de Matamoros (the Cortez family) perform a polka and a cumbia norteña in Immokalle on April 13, 1995.
On tracks 16 and 17, Grupo Energía perform a banda medley and a pop song in Immokalee on April 13, 1995.
On tracks 18 through 20, Marimba Mayalandia, led by Rafael Rivera, perform a vals, son jalisciense, and a bolero in Orlando on May 18, 1996.
On tracks 21 and 22, Father Rojas conducts a mass and Robert Rivera, Castillo, Vargas, and Duque perform a canción for Xochitl Moreno's quinceañera at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Apopka on July 6, 1996.
On track 23, Grupo Elegancia performs a vals for Moreno's quinceañera reception at the John H. Bridges Community Center in Apopka on July 6, 1996.
On track 24, the Treviño family, the Gutierrez family, and Hernandez perform a traditional Mexican hymn at El Shaddai Pentecostal Church in Seville on April 14, 1996.