Chief Tallahassee in Polk County (late 1800s) Tallahassee was the head of a band of about thirty Seminole families who lived peacefully in Polk County from 1850 until the 1890s. His clothing demonstrates the typical clothing style of Seminole men of authority in the late 1800s.
“A small boy looked at a star and began to weep. The star said, 'Boy, why are you weeping?' And the boy said, 'You are so far away I will never be able to touch you.' And the star answered, 'Boy, if I were not already in your heart, you would not be able to see me.' ” ~ John Magliola via Rivers in the Ocean Art by Kamikaze-Kaito
Steamboat "Marion" on the Ocklawaha River - Iola, Florida (There was a town Iola, FL on the Apalachicola River 59 miles north of Old St.Joe so I am thinking the Iola here might be Lake Iola but not sure - could have been 2 towns in Florida by that name.)