John Graham (1822-1912) is known as the father of the Charlestown (or Cecil County) style of decoy making. Decoys from this area generally feature a shelf carved on the body for the head to sit on, a tail that etends straight back (no flip upwards) along the chine line of the decoy, Many of his carvings have mandibles and nostrils, as this one does.
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