The Kudzu That Ate Yazoo City

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Xulon Press, 2004 - Humor - 180 pages
Junior Jenkins, influenced by a large family, poverty, faith, and the ever-present kudzu vine, mingles fact, fiction and homegrown wisdom to remember those cotton picking days in Yazoo City, Mississippi.
 

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Contents

3
15
And Then There Was Kudzu
17
Mingo Chito and the Yazoo Nation
23
Yazoo City Kudzu Capital
29
From Capitol Hill to Graball Hill
35
Yazoos Poorest Million Dollar Family
39
Im Telling Momma On You
45
TBaby Shinky Beakie and Snake
55
A Pinch of Religion
93
Family of Cars
99
Puppy Love
105
Yazoo Yazoo We Are So Proud Of You
111
North Big 8 Champions
119
Child Labor
125
Yazoo Citys First Shock Jock
131
Darkness on the Delta
139

Topey the Righteous Wonder Dog
61
The First Day At School
67
Yazoo International Airport
75
Main Street Memories
81
A Bum Breaks Up Church
87
Hello Darlin
145
Nostalgia Aint What It Used To Be
151
Take Me Back To 01 Yazoo
155
Thank God Those Cotton Pickin Days Are Over
161
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