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Seminole Lends Historic Ladle to Museum

Seminole | Osceola | Pow Wow

The ladle was given to the city by Chief Joe Dan Osceola.

SEMINOLE – This city has loaned a ladle to the Seminole Historical Museum for display. The ladle was given to the city by Chief Joe Dan Osceola in 1969 as a symbolic gesture of good will in hopes it would bring many successful Pow Wow festivals to the city. The loan to the Historical Museum, 7464 Ridge Road, was made during the Feb. 9 council meeting. The ladle will be on display with Chief Osceola’s ceremonial jacket.

For information about the Seminole Historical Society and Museum, go to seminolehistoricalsociety.org.

Photo, courtesy of the city of Seminole, shows Mayor Leslie Waters presenting the ladle to the Historical Museum. From left, Becky Gunter, Seminole Recreation Director and keeper of the ladle; Michele Abramo, president of the Seminole Historical Society and new keeper of the ladle; Waters; Doc Kinsey, David Kinsey and Gerry Kinsey, who were at the original presentation of the ladle.

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Seminole Lends Historic Ladle to Museum
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Seminole Lends Historic Ladle to Museum
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The Seminole council placed a historic ladle given to the city by Chief Joe Dan Osceola on loan to the Seminole Historical Museum.
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