Seminole Indians - Comfortables Illustration

Daily Life in Olden Times
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Everglades Seminole Indians


Comfortables: Seminole families slept in their chickee at night.

Their beds of hides or blankets were called "comfortables".

Comfortables were rolled up and hung from the rafters during the day.

They had very little other furniture, perhaps a chair, a table, and a few colorful baskets.

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