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Column from the Seminole Booster Report
Column from the Seminole Booster Report
Various newspaper clippings as well as letters in dealing with the controversy over Florida State University's use of the Seminole symbol.
Documents related to Native Indians and FSU's use of the Seminole symbol
Documents related to Native Indians and FSU's use of the Seminole symbol
Various items pertaining to the controversy over the use of the Seminole symbol by Florida State University.
Documents related to the Seminole Symbol controversy
Documents related to the Seminole Symbol controversy
Various items pertaining to the controversy over the use of the Seminole symbol by Florida State University.
FSU takes great care, pride in Indian background
FSU takes great care, pride in Indian background
News article from The Tampa Tribune on the subject of the FSU Seminole symbol controversy.
FSU's Renegade takes fans, football game all in stride
FSU's Renegade takes fans, football game all in stride
News article from The Tampa Tribune on the subject of the Renegade the horse.
FSU's Renegade takes fans, football game all in stride
FSU's Renegade takes fans, football game all in stride
News article from The Tampa Tribune on the subject of the Renegade the horse.
Florida Flambeau Sports article "Seminole spirit personified"
Florida Flambeau Sports article "Seminole spirit personified"
News article on the use of Renegade the horse and Chief Osceola as FSU symbols during football games.
Florida State University Cheerleaders
Florida State University Cheerleaders
Cheerleaders: Nancy Warner, Joey Bell, Dot Johnson, June Yates, Sally Hamner, Patsy Gates, Martha Williamson, Betty Ann Munroe, Shirley Harper, Sarah Hambley, Shirley Knight, Ruthie Spencer, Ann Yates, Nancy Black.
Florida State University Football Players
Florida State University Football Players
Florida State University football players boarding a city bus with the Seminole symbol displayed on its side.
Florida State University cheerleaders with an eagle mascot
Florida State University cheerleaders with an eagle mascot
FSU cheerleaders posing outside with an eagle mascot.
Homecoming Princess in a Headdress
Homecoming Princess in a Headdress
Homecoming princess wearing a headdress while waving from the back of a moving car.
Man dressed as an American Indian
Man dressed as an American Indian
Florida State University member wearing traditional American Indian clothing for an event.
Miami Herald articles "Seminoles refuse to join protest of FSU mascot" and "Seminoles' 'tomahawk chop' gesture stirs protest"
Miami Herald articles "Seminoles refuse to join protest of FSU mascot" and "Seminoles' 'tomahawk chop' gesture stirs protest"
News articles from the Miami Herald on the controversial use of Seminole symbols and gestures during sports events.
Resolution by the Tribal Council of the Seminole Tribe of Florida
Resolution by the Tribal Council of the Seminole Tribe of Florida
A resolution in which the Tribal Council of the Seminole Tribe of Florida reaffirms its commitment and relationship with Florida State University and approves the expression of its intent by a letter to the President of said educational institution.
Section 5 Debating the Use of Seminole as a Team Name
Section 5 Debating the Use of Seminole as a Team Name
Correspondence with a list of content for debating the use of the name Seminole as a team name.
The Tampa Tribune articles about FSU's use of the Seminole symbol
The Tampa Tribune articles about FSU's use of the Seminole symbol
News articles speaking on FSU "rituals have blessings of namesakes" and speaking on the original and use of the schools war chants and use of Osceola.
Two men acting out an attack on a white man by an American Indian
Two men acting out an attack on a white man by an American Indian
Two white students of Florida State University reenacting a fight between a white man and an American Indian. One student is dressed in traditional American Indian clothing and holding a weapon over the head of the other man who holds a gun.