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Ten Point: Deer Camp in the Mississippi Delta Hardcover – 30 Jan 1997
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The wistful history of a vanished hunting club told through a woman's photographs and her grandson's narrative
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During a period of thirty-five years, from 1927 until 1963, a group of friends gathered to hunt, socialize, and savor good times in the vanishing wilderness. They convened at the Ten Point Deer Club in Issaquena County, the last wooded stronghold of the Mississippi Delta. For more than three decades Florence photographed the land and the people who came to the camp. Her pictures, at once intimate, visually intriguing, and historically significant, record a world in which two powerful forces coexisted - the relentless drive of progress and the persistent draw of nature. In the skillful integration of Alan Huffman's text with his grandmother's vintage photographs of camp-life rituals, this poignant book offers details of a fascinating world and a vivid record of the waning years of one of North America's most prolific hunting grounds.
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