Fort Caroline National Memorial
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Milanich, Jerald T., The Timucua (Blackwell Publishers, 1999).
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Rivers, Larry Eugene, Slavery in Florida: Territorial Days to Emancipation (University Press of Florida, 2000).
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Did You Know?
The word "Caroline" - while feminine in gender - does not refer to a female of that name but rather to a man. The word "Caroline" comes from the Latin version of Charles in this case King Charles IX of France. More...