FLOR500, Garden 429 Dorothy Scott Osceola, Seminole Activist and Community Leader (1940–1979) Dorothy Scott Osceola overcame an environment of poverty to obtain an education and fight for social and economic improvement in the Seminole Tribe of Florida during a time when few Seminoles went to school, especially women. She served as treasurer of the Tribe from 1957–1960, and was admired as a leader in her community.
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