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Catfaces: Totems of Georgia’s Turpentiners

For a hundred miles on either side of the Georgia/Florida border, tracts of longleaf, slash, hill, and loblolly pines flank straightaways of two-lane asphalt.  Sandy white soil peeks through blankets of pine needles, and boarded-up Main Streets lead to more stretches of empty, open road.  Off of these state highways, long, unpaved lanes dive back […]