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This property, part of the league granted by the Mexican government to Abraham Darst, then was owned for more than 40 years by the Damon family. Damon said he was told that a relative had bottled and sold the sour dirt tonic across the country. A former service station owner reportedly dug up some of the old bricks from the area where they were burned, using them to pave the driveway in front of his business, Damon said, but added that he never saw any bricks there. The late Thomas Vann told Damon some of the bricks had been thrown down in the hole dug to excavate the clay. She described that site as being on private property in a remote area, off an old oilfield road and near a creek. A Feb.
It's after a rainfall, when the earth smells so rich and damp and flavorful, that Fannie Glass says she most misses having some dirt to eat. Glass, who now eschews a practice that she acquired as a small girl from her mother. For generations, the eating of clay-rich dirt has been a curious but persistent custom in some rural areas of Mississippi and other Southern states, practiced over the years by poor whites and blacks. But while it is not uncommon these days to find people here who eat dirt, scholars and others who have studied the practice say it is clearly on the wane. Like Mrs. Glass, many are giving up dirt because of the social stigma attached to it. Dennis A. Frate, a medical anthropologist from the University of Mississippi who has studied the phenomenon.
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