The "snake-fence," or "Virginia fence," so common in the Southern states, utilized the second growth of forest trees.
Longstreet was seated on the top of a snake-fence, in the edge of the wood, and looking perfectly calm and unperturbed.
And after oversetting part of a snake-fence before we found an entrance, we drove up to the door.
A rail from a snake-fence was procured, the panther's legs were tied to it, and in this way he was borne to the village.
If the musket was not strapped to the tail of the plough, it leaned against the snake-fence—loaded.
In person he is as beautiful as a snake-fence, as alluring as a stone wall.
I felt mighty shaky once, I rickalect; dat time yalla m'latta man shootin' at me f 'um behime a snake-fence.
It takes five thousand rails, ten feet long and five or six inches thick, to make a mile of snake-fence.
The gate and snake-fence were carried away, but the rest was saved!