Osceola County Historical Society Blog

Cadman Family Christmas: A Community Affair

Posted by Larissa Bixby on Dec 1, 2016 9:30:00 AM

The Cadmans were host to many celebrations and social events throughout the late 19th and early 20th century. According to the Cadman Scrapbook, the family organized and presented many events throughout the year, including horse races, tennis tournaments, fund raisers and even hosted the Episcopal Bishop’s luncheon on his first visit to Narcoossee. While each event was extensively covered by the region’s newspapers, it is the Christmas celebration of 1889 that has captured our imaginations here at the Osceola County Historical Society.

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Topics: Cadman Family, Osceola County History, Pioneer Village, Christmas

Artifact Highlight: Traveling Trunks

Posted by Kari Whaley on Sep 8, 2016 9:30:00 AM

Traveling trunks were widely used throughout the 19th century, and the Cadman family who settled in Narcoossee provided no exception. The Osceola County Historical Society cares for and preserves a number of trunks owned and used by the family during the late 1800s and early 1900s, as part of the Cadman Collection.

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Topics: History in the Classroom, Artifact Spotlight, Cadman Family, Traveling Trucks

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The Osceola County Historical Society is focused on preserving Osceola County’s rich, cultural history while sharing it with others. This blog is perfect for just that. 

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