Sam in Full: The Story of a Harris County Legend

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AuthorHouse, 2010 - Fiction - 220 pages
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"SAM IN FULL" is a humorous, heart warming story of a White Tailed Deer Family told through the eyes of an Ol' Man that loved them. The deer assume almost humanistic characteristics as the story unfolds. The book is much more than a hunting adventure. It will bring a tear to your eye, a smile to your face and you will never forget the characters. The book is a must read for anyone who loves to laugh, loves the world of the White Tailed Deer and has a deep philosophy of life.
 

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
11
Section 3
23
Section 4
27
Section 5
39
Section 6
53
Section 7
61
Section 8
65
Section 15
119
Section 16
125
Section 17
131
Section 18
137
Section 19
147
Section 20
151
Section 21
155
Section 22
169

Section 9
69
Section 10
85
Section 11
89
Section 12
93
Section 13
101
Section 14
109
Section 23
173
Section 24
183
Section 25
189
Section 26
193
Section 27
197
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About the author (2010)

Ed Oliver is a teacher/coach in the Harris County School System in Harris County, Georgia. Previously he spent eight years at Columbus High School in Columbus, Georgia, where he was assistant baseball and football coach to Bobby Howard. He was also head coach for fast-pitch softball. Coach Oliver's teams have been state contenders many times and five of Columbus High's baseball teams were state champions while Coach Oliver was on the Howard staff. His 2000 fast-pitch softball team won the first state championship ever For The Harris County school system. Ed's passion for wildlife has been a lifelong affair. He is a conservationist first and foremost, and a longtime student of the white-tailed deer. Ed shot a huge buck in 1989 that appeared on the cover of Georgia Sportsman magazine. He has also been featured in several other wildlife publications. Having long been a pioneer for what he calls, "Give the young one's a chance," Ed was an early proponent of Quality Deer Management (QDM). "I'm not a great hunter by any stretch of the imagination," Ed says. "Instead I'm a man who has a great appreciation and love for whitetails and For The great outdoors. The chase, The challenge, And The associations I've had with other hunters are the things that are most important to me." Ed has been married for 43 years to Martha Jo Reese, Of Cordele, Georgia. They have four children: Susan (deceased), Spence, Sim and Bess. The two boys have been very much a part of Ed's deer-hunting experiences and he declares, "There is absolutely nothing more rewarding than hunting with your sons on a cold crisp morning. Sharing the peaceful solitude of daybreak And The world of nature coming alive around you, builds bonds that are difficult to equal.

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