- Apr 7, 2016
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This was my great grandfathers first home in Boynton (about 1900-1902) after they moved out of the tent they lived in for four years. In the picture is Horace Murray with his family and the school teacher.
Chief William McKinley Osceola Camp on the Tamiami Trail
Chief William Mckinley Osceola (1883-1966) was the patriarch and medicine man of the Miccosukee Florida Seminole Nation. He lived in the Everglades all his life in a camp 30 miles west of Miami. He was a direct descendant of the great Chief Osceola and the first to send his children to the "white man's" schools in the 1930's.