I. C. Eason grew up in these lean occasions. His oral tales of generations of puppy humans come from round the campfire, from the fishing boat, in entrance of a pot bellied range. within the Seventies, I. C. Eason made the choice to end up possession to his land, which, in addition to so much river backside land, had by no means had a deed filed on it. With a attorney he took at the significant businesses who desired to minimize the bushes, drill for oil, lay pipelines and post miles of strength strains. abruptly he used to be in the course of a massive conflict, and he quickly grew to become referred to as “The King of the puppy People.”
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