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State Archives of Florida
Photographer's spouse Don Marks with medicine man Ingram Billie during Christmas feast at Mission Village in the Everglades.
, N2013-17, Box #3, FF4
Ethnicity, Native American
Festivals, Events and Conferences
Fasts and feasts
Magnetic recorders and recording
Sound--Equipment and supplies
Accompanying notes: "Ingram Billie listens to tape recorder as son Jimmie watches Don".
"'Deep in the Florida Everglades' Seminole Mikasuki Indian Chief Medicine Man, Ingraham Billy hears first tape recorder while assistants look on. 'No Harm Come' gives o.k. to use 'magic black box' while photographing their festival. Only other white person ever allowed at this annual ceremony was Deaconess Harriet Bedell, Missionary for the Mikasuki Indians living not on reservations, but in the Everglades."
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Chicago Manual of Style
Marks, Gladys. Photographer's spouse Don Marks with medicine man Ingram Billie during Christmas feast at Mission Village in the Everglades. 1960. State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory. <https://www.floridamemory.com/items/show/269787>, accessed 28 January 2023.
Marks, Gladys. Photographer's spouse Don Marks with medicine man Ingram Billie during Christmas feast at Mission Village in the Everglades. 1960. State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory. Accessed 28 Jan. 2023.<https://www.floridamemory.com/items/show/269787>
AP Style Photo Citation
(State Archives of Florida/Marks)