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THIRD day of a 19th Century Florida Christmas

On the 3rd day of Christmas, my true-love read to me, of THREE historic pyramids; two railway depots, and a meeting beneath the Council Oak tree.


The Legend of ORLANDO REEVES is a myth! Some believe the fictitious tale of a young soldier, killed by Indians at Lake EOLA, was how the town of Orlando got its name. At St. Augustine though, THREE historic pyramids suggest otherwise. 

Available in EBOOK for $2.99, or FREE at Kindle Unlimited, Orlando FloridaOrigins explores the various versions as to how Orlando was named, including one version never before suggested. Also available in print as Part 3 of First Road to Orlando Second Edition. 

Visit ORIGINS for details and check out my website for great holiday gift ideas.

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