* Peabody Museum of Archeology and Ethnology > Change and Continuity - Hall of the North American Indian
The Seminole usually preferred to go barefoot, but they did make very a characteristic soft-soled, tanned deerskin moccasin with a 'pucker-toe.' These moccasins were made by the Mikasuki Seminole, but were never worn. Thomas Barbour collected them in 1921, although the style was characteristic throughout the nineteenth century. ..."