Monthly Archives: November 2010

Canines in the Cotton: Wagging Tales in the Antebellum South

Canines in the Cotton: Wagging Tales in the Antebellum South By Robert C. Poister From columned plantation to humble cabin, no setting below the Mason-Dixon is complete without a porch-front hound protecting the Southron’s abode.  This phenomenon, as culturally anecdotal … Continue reading

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Pulled Pork, Arrowheads, and Doodly Squat

Pulled Pork, Arrowheads, and Doodly Squat By Matthew C. Hulbert It was 45 miles to Washington, we had a full tank of gas, no cigarettes, it wasn’t dark, and if I remember correctly, we were both wearing sunglasses. Forget the … Continue reading

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