For information on the collections please contact:
Tara Backhouse, Collections Manager
(863) 902-1113 Ext 12246
The Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum's various collections contain items related to the Seminole Tribe of Florida and, more generally speaking, to the Native American populations of the Southeastern United States. The Museum’s collections include historical newspapers, manuscripts, patchwork clothing, baskets, dolls, militaria and various pieces of ephemera produced during the 20th century.
The office of Collections deals with the management and preservation of over 180,000 objects contained within the collections of the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum.
Our Conservator makes sure that the Museum safely stores and displays the objects it cares for, working closely with the Exhibits Division to make sure all objects placed on exhibit are displayed in the safest manner possible.
The Museum actively collects the history of the Tribe by interviewing both Tribal members and members of the general public. The recordings in the Oral History Collection are stored archivally and are made accessible to the appropriate audiences.
Portions of the Museum's collection are online, and can be viewed on the Online Collections page. We hope you enjoy this feature!