The Redneck Chronicles Book II: A Country Boy Can Survive provides
insight into a bygone, rural way of life by sharing stories and memories of the
author’s time growing up on a farm in Arkansas. His family raised
cattle, pigs, cotton and soybeans, and he and his brother, Stan, began hunting
and fishing at a very early age. Table fare often consisted of fish, venison,
duck or swamp rabbit plus whatever came from the family garden. Luella and
James Roy strongly advocated scholastic achievement and all three of their
children excelled academically.
Dr. Burleson attended grades 2-12 in the
Carlisle School system then earned scholarships to U.C.A. in Conway, Arkansas
then known as the State College of Arkansas. His dental degree was earned at
the University of Tennessee College Of Dentistry. Upon graduation, he was named
to the Dean Society and Omicron Kappa Upsilon-the two highest academic awards.
Burleson Family Dentistry is located in Cabot, Arkansas where Dr. James
practices with his younger son Brad.
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