FLOR500, Garden 430 Jimmy O’Toole Osceola, Seminole Community Leader (1925–2005) Jimmy O’Toole Osceola lived a traditional life preparing vegetables and participating in the hide trade. However, after attending boarding school in Cherokee, North Carolina, he served as one of the founding members of the original Constitutional Committee that organized the Seminole Tribe of Florida into a federally recognized entity in 1957. Later, he was instrumental in the establishment of the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum.
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Jimmy O’Toole Osceola, Seminole Community Leader 

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Jimmy O’Toole Osceola, Seminole Community Leader 

(1925–2005)

Jimmy O’Toole Osceola lived a traditional life preparing vegetables and participating in the hide trade. However, after attending boarding school in Cherokee, North Carolina, he served as one of the founding members of the original Constitutional Committee that organized the Seminole Tribe of Florida into a federally recognized entity in 1957. Later, he was instrumental in the establishment of the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum.



 




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