Saturday, January 28, 2017

Moss-Picking and Processing

In 1976, Polly Morris of Lacombe wrote a feature article telling the story of a St. Tammany man who, in the early days, made his living picking moss from the many oak trees and selling it to keep his family clothed and fed. 

It was just one of the ways in which St. Tammany folks made their living off the land. Click on the image below to enlarge the text for easier reading. 



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