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An old wood carved print in a dusty book and an inherited double-barreled shotgun sets a former investigative reporter to wondering about the story behind them. What he found was a Mississippi boy whose grandfather had fought a bear with a knife, was wiped out by a hurricane, and whose father fought in the Civil War with five of his six sons, including himself. T.J. Sandifer was the product of the migrations of southern farmers and their trials and tribulations influenced by weather, terrain, economy, issues of state's rights, slavery and war. His was an ordinary family in extraordinary times, reflective of thousands of other early Americans who contributed to the making of a nation. His name was Thomas Jefferson Sandifer, but everybody just called him Tee-Jay.

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