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This small, c. 1885 structure, is part of a National Register of Historic Places property and landmarked by Hillsborough County, Florida. The Moseley Homestead is located along busy State Road 60 in Brandon. The main house, c. 1886, along with several outbuildings and nearly 15 acres of lakeshore property, is associated with Julia Daniels Moseley, Charles Scott Moseley, and their descendants. Julia left a rich legacy with a prolific amount of writing, artwork, and personal correspondence providing insight into the era’s history giving voice and perspective to a woman of the era. Her richly descriptive correspondences have been preserved in a book edited by her granddaughter, Julia Winifred Moseley, who continues to live in the home she was born in 101 years ago. Read more: Come to My Sunland- Letters of Julia Daniels Moseley from the Florida Frontier, 1882-1886. Background image for model is a Julia Daniels Moseley watercolor showing the Deluge in 1909 with a wheel from an oxcart seen leaning against it.