This was the location in Florida described as "a bend in the road" full of shabby homesteads, piney woods, palmettos, orange groves, creeks, orchards, and water.
This was the rich loamy humus created by the varied vegetation in Florida which nourished the orange groves.
This was the thick, wet, flat areas overgrown with water grasses.
This was the river that Rawlings first visited on her census travels with Zelma.
This was salt pork coated with cornmeal and deep-fried.
This had waxy, shiny leaves, beautifully fragrant flowers, and was considered beautiful even when it was not in bloom.
These were any one of the wild things in the woods either definitely predatory or of no domestic service.
This was a bread made with no eggs or milk and was made on top of the stove.
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