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I just read the three parts, it's engthy but good reading as I have actually heard of some names mentioned including Horace Sisk who later became and educator in Fayetteville. I found it most interesting how the writer describes things they see. I have been to many of the cites mentioned and I tried to visualize how they must have looked in 1928 from a "tin" boat. Interesting that fishing was not a big deal back then and how he refered to fishermen as fin seekers and black folks as ******* who were actually owned by Indian tribes. I would advise others to read this.

Jim
 
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