OUTSKIRTS PRESS
6x9 Trade Paperback, 215 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1478778660

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In 1943 Gene Saucier's father, Al, bought him 160 acres of cutover timberland northeast of Hattiesburg, Mississippi, on the condition he would turn the land into a cattle farm. By accepting this challenge, the eleven-year-old boy developed skills that made him successful in all the paths he would follow in life as pilot, builder, cattle farmer, importer, dean of a university, tree farmer and legislator. Both as cattle farmer and tree farmer Saucier continued a family tradition begun over 300 years ago by the Sauciers living on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, a story told in the author's recent book, "A Mississippi First Family." His story is not only of a Mississippi man, but of an American who loves deeply his state and his nation.

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November 4, 2016
"Giulia Saucier is an accomplished author who, in this book, tells the story of a man who made a name for himself in South Mississippi through his numerous ventures and adventures. Gene Saucier just happens to be my uncle and Al Saucier, my grandfather, but even if they weren't, I would still find it an interesting read. I think you will too."
-- Richard Saucier



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