A Field Guide to Southern Speech: A Twelve-gauge Lexicon for the Duck Blind, the Deer Stand, the Skeet Shoot, the Bass Boat, and the Backyard Barbecue
Build your outdoor Southern vocabulary the right way. Charles Nicholson, an outdoor writer and life-long Southerner, decodes the speech of the Southern outdoorsman, complete with examples, illustrations, and definitions.
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