FLOR500, Garden 92 Carolyn Mays Brevard, Educator, Historian (1860–1920) Carolyn Mays Brevard was the granddaughter of Territorial Governor Richard Keith Call. She became an academic researcher and author. After graduating from Columbia University, she taught at Leon High School. In 1915, she joined the faculty at Florida State College for Women (now Florida State University), teaching History and English Literature. In 1904, she published A History of Florida, which became a valuable resource for historians studying the history of the state. She continued to write and publish until her death in 1920.
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Carolyn Mays Brevard, Educator, Historian

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Carolyn Mays Brevard, Educator, Historian

(1860–1920)

Carolyn Mays Brevard was the granddaughter of Territorial Governor Richard Keith Call. She became an academic researcher and author. After graduating from Columbia University, she taught at Leon High School. In 1915, she joined the faculty at Florida State College for Women (now Florida State University), teaching History and English Literature. In 1904, she published A History of Florida, which became a valuable resource for historians studying the history of the state. She continued to write and publish until her death in 1920. 





 




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