Explore Pioneer Village with a knowledgeable tour guide

Explore Pioneer Village with a knowledgeable tour guide

Step back in time and immerse yourself in the rich history of Osceola County’s Pioneer Village with the help of our trained and knowledgeable tour guides. Osceola History is delighted to offer guided tours every Saturday, providing visitors with a unique opportunity to learn about the fascinating heritage of the region. In this blog post, we will delve into the details of the Pioneer Village tour experience. […]

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Tucker/Ivey Estate update

Tucker/Ivey Estate update

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, 1994 This is an update of a post in Osceola History’s National Register of Historic Places blog post. This Classic Revival style colonial estate in Kissimmee was built about 1915 by J. Wade Tucker, a Georgia lumber baron, and served as his residence. On Feb. 22, 1928, the family home was opened as the Colonial Inn and […]

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Tupperware Pioneer

Tupperware Pioneer

This Thanksgiving, could you imagine your home life without the innovation of Tupperware? This company has been a part of the American household for over 75 years all because of the women led by mogul Brownie Wise. Beginnings During the beginning of Tupperware, it did not start off as a successful company. Many women saw this new product in the stores and were confused on […]

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National Day of the Horse

National Day of the Horse

December 13, 2021 A Boy with a Dream Stories about great Quarter Horses like Steel Dust (born in 1843) filled a young boy’s head with dreams of one day owning his own Quarter Horse.  Born into a prominent Osceola County, Florida ranching family, that boy, Edward L. “Geech” Partin grew up working long days on the family ranch with his father and brothers.  The Partin […]

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