Walkin' the line: a journey from past to present along the Mason-Dixon
A Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and travel writer walked the Mason-Dixon line from its beginning on Fenwick Island, Delaware to its end at Brown's Hill, Pennsylvania, diverting left and right to interview people who live along its border. Here, he examines the influence of this historic divider.
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Walkin' the Line: A Journey from Past to Present Along the Mason-Dixon
Limited preview - 2001
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