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This Nearly Was Mine: A Journey Through…

This Nearly Was Mine: A Journey Through Carlton Country

by Barbara Castleberry Carlton

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This is the story beginning in the 1800s in the heartland of Central Florida. This is history of the land and its native inhabitants. Conjointly this is a biographical memoir of the life of Dr. Barbara Castleberry Carlton who borne the idea of the project and tenaciously dug out every historical fact regarding the lives of those who settled this land with love, devotion, and determination, and whose descendants have continued to do so for some two hundred years.

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