FLOR500, Garden 423 Clay MacCauley, Ethnologist (1843–1925) MacCauley began studying the Seminole Indians of Florida in 1881 after the Bureau of American Ethnology asked him to investigate their living conditions and to determine their numbers. The report that he published was the first of its kind. The information that he recorded about 19th century Seminole material culture and everyday life continues to be treasured.
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Clay MacCauley, Ethnologist 

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Clay MacCauley, Ethnologist 

(1843–1925)

MacCauley began studying the Seminole Indians of Florida in 1881 after the Bureau of American Ethnology asked him to investigate their living conditions and to determine their numbers. The report that he published was the first of its kind. The information that he recorded about 19th century Seminole material culture and everyday life continues to be treasured.



 




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