‘Pert Near It But Not Plumb’ is a conversational phrase spoken by rural settlers in the U.S. Territories and other areas in the early 1700-1800’s prior to the availability of public education. A single word interpretation would mean almost. Another phrase commonly used at that time would be “I seed I knowed him so I wretched out and wove at him”.

As you read these pages, the stories and comments may not be true . . . and then again . . . they may be plumb. However, one thing is for certain . . . both are almost.

Just like the title.
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