A piece of Seminole heritage was unveiled Wednesday at the Museum of Florida History.
Three sculptures entitled 'Seminole Family' were revealed before local and state leaders, including members of the Seminole Tribe of Florida.
The sculptures depict a Seminole family of the 1830's walking along a path.
Last year a sculpture group was unveiled honoring the Miccosukee Tribe of Indians in Florida.
All of the bronze sculptures were done by father and son team Bradley Cooley and Bradly Cooley, Jr. of Lamont, Florida.
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