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I found this link while looking up the history of 10,000 islands on the internet.
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Years ago I read his book simply names Totch.
Highly recommended.

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Awesome book. Very interesting man. Caught a lot of fish on the Chatham River over the years, where the Watson Place is located. Need to go back. It's been too long! :florida:
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Post by dblj006 »

The book is awesome. The story tells of his father and brother too. The brothers were decorated war heros. The father spent lots of time alone on the islands making premium moonshine. These were some tough men. If you haven't read it, do so. These guys truly defined outlaws, but out of necessity.

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