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As a particularly dramatic gesture, he throws wide his arms and whacks the side of the barn with the heavy cane he uses to stab at ...
One story recounts that a Tennessean, after a single day in the then almost impenetrable tangle of cypress, briars, and canebreaks ...
The man who would change the name of Arkansas is the original, iron-jawed, brass-mouthed, copper-bellied corpse-maker from the wil ...
Across Parker Avenue from the fort is the Site of the Old Gallows, where 83 men "stood on nothin', a-lookin' up a rope." The platf ...
According to fiction, the hillman is a seven-foot combination of malnutrition and hookworm, asleep on his front porch with the dog ...
Farmers in overalls and wide-brimmed straw hats lounge about the store on hot summer days, when the most common sound is the thump ...
D--n me, stranger, ef you can't stay as long as you please, and I'll give you plenty to eat and drink. Play away, stranger, you ki ...
The self-consciousness of Pine Ridge manifests itself at the village's edge in such signs as "Drive Keerful," "Don't Hit Our Young ...
The hill farmer ... always seems to make out somehow with his corn patch, his few vegetables, his rifle, and fishing rod. This sel ...
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