FLOR500, Garden 428 Corey Osceola, Seminole Promoter (1893–1978) Despite losing a limb early in life, “Chief” Cory Osceola became an important figure in the Seminole Tribe. He appeared on many postcards bought by tourists in the 1930s and 40s when he worked at Musa Isle, a popular tourist camp in Miami. He also became a star of the silver screen when he played an important role in the 1958 movie Winds Across the Everglades.
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