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Along one of the most polluted waterways in North Florida, I walked with her.
I’d find references to the Bigelow Plantation and a Spanish land grant inherited by Jean Baptiste Richard, who died in 1810. The sea hag was five years old.
“That’s right,” she said. She pointed to the single pink flower: “It’s a swamp rose.”
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