Osceola's wife was of this class—a beautiful Indian woman with some negro and some white blood.
Even the first one, from Osceola, was cleaned up and understood.
Price broke up his camp at Osceola in haste, and fell rapidly back to Springfield.
If Osceola had had any one to give him a lift, I suppose he would have been off, too.
The cascade on Osceola creek, a few rods above its mouth, has scarcely a rival amongst the waterfalls of the West.
But his mother called him Osceola, which means the rising sun.
Osceola told him that he desired a talk with General Gaines.
Osceola was so energetic that he enjoyed work for its own sake.
These mounds are located two miles north of Osceola, on Close creek.
Osceola was not a chief, but he was well known and liked among the Indians.