If your institution is interested in one of our traveling exhibitions, please contact:
Siobhan Millar firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum is committed to sharing knowledge about Seminole life and culture. We have developed STEP to reflect this mission and to provide other institutions with easy-to-use quality traveling exhibitions. Please be advised that the rental of a Traveling Exhibit requires at a minimum, 6 month advance notice.
Postcards and Perceptions: Florida Seminoles and Tourism
Postcards serve as guideposts to the changes of early 20th century Florida history. Their simple, yet evocative imagery reveals the adaptive nature of the Seminole people. They reveal the complex pressures and adjustments Seminoles endured to assert their identity.
This exhibition contains: four, large-format double-sided pop-up banners; two trapeze style banners with decorative bases and two interactive kiosks. Includes Educational Guide and Activities. It requires a minimum of 450 square feet and the booking period is 12 weeks. This exhibition requires a medium security level, with staff presence required during hours of operation. Please call or email for shipping requirements and pricing.
At Home: Seminole Reservations
The first Seminole reservation was established in 1892. Since then the reservation system has grown with the Tribe to incorporate six separate reservations in Florida. In this banner exhibition, the history of each reservation is explored and illustrated by historical and modern photographs of the reservation. Discover the attributes that make each reservation part of the Seminole Tribe of Florida while retaining the unique characteristics that make it home.
This exhibition includes 7 pop-up banners, an exhibition brochure, a suggested reading list, and press kit. It requires 40-80 linear feet or 200-300 square feet. Please e-mail or call for shipping requirements and pricing.
The Seminole Wars
The Seminole Indians of Florida were unique among the southeastern tribes in their protracted and bitter resistance to the removal policies of the federal government during the 19th century. In three Seminole wars, spread over half a century between 1814 and 1858, the Seminole Indians fought fiercely against invading United States forces and were the only tribe who did not sign a treaty of surrender. This banner exhibition includes photographs of prints and paintings from the Museum's collection that depict the major events and Seminole leaders of the three wars in a timeline format.
This exhibition includes 7 pop-up banners, an exhibition brochure, a suggested reading list, and press kit. It requires 50-80 linear feet or 200-300 square feet. Please e-mail or call for shipping requirements and pricing.