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My dad's wildlife ethic
Now and Then
roger branch
My father, Oscar Branch, spent all but two of his 86 years at or within about a mile of the place where he was born in northeastern Toombs County. The other two years were spent just across the Ohoopee River in the part of Tattnall County, where his wife was born and reared. He was a farmer by vocation, not just occupation, skilled with tools from axes to tractors.
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