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Carter suffered from rheumatoid arthritis for many years, and the drugs used to treat it severely damaged her pancreas, kidneys, and liver. She died on July 29, 1999, at the age of 66, [1] a year after eldest sister Helen and four years before middle sister June. She was under hospice care at the home of Johnny and June Carter Cash in Hendersonville, Tennessee . Her interment was in Hendersonville Memory Gardens in Hendersonville, Tennessee .

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photo: PA Anita Carter suffered from rheumatoid arthritis in her later years. The drugs to treat this ailment lead to several other physical health issues, including damage to her pancreas, kidneys, and liver. While under the care of her sister June Carter Cash and husband Johnny Cash, she passed away in their Tennessee home on July 29, 1999.

Meanwhile, Anita had begun to record for RCA in 1966, hitting the country charts with "I'm Gonna Leave You." Another single charted in 1967, and her duet with Waylon Jennings on "I Got You" reached number four in March 1968. Later in 1968, Anita moved to United Artists, but several singles proved unsuccessful. She recorded for Capitol in the early '70s and almost hit the Top 40 with "Tulsa County." Her last chart appearance with the Carter Family, "Praise the Lord and Pass the Soup," was released in August 1973. In July of 1999, ten years after the release of the collection Ring of Fire on the Bear Family label, vocalist Anita Carter passed away in Tennessee.

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Anita Carter was a long-time champion of the music of the original Carter Family, and in 1979 she played an important role in putting together a documentary in tribute to her mother who had died the previous year, The Unbroken Circle: a tribute to Mother Maybelle Carter.

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