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A Treasury of Carolina Tales by Webb B.…

A Treasury of Carolina Tales

by Webb B. Garrison

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This is a collection of folklore, tale, legends, and true events from North and South Carolina. Stories about the Wright Brothers, the Siamese Twins, Blackbeard, Dorothea Dix, Osceola, Tsali, and other Cherokees, among others, are topics of stories and legends in this book of tales.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0934395756, Hardcover)

In A Treasury of Carolina Tales you'll discover...

What runaway apprentice from Raleigh eventually became President of the United States.

The reason thousands of men sought medical treatment from Jackson County, North Carolina, native John Romulus Brinkley, M.D.

Why news of twin brother's death caused Eng Bunker of Mt. Airy, North Carolina, to die of fright within three hours.

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