Debra Taunton Hughey has no college degrees in archaeology, anthropology or even history, but she is considered by many as the expert of Creek Indian culture and history in the Tallapoosa River Valley of East-Central, Alabama.
Discovering new things about the original inhabitants of Tallassee, Alabama, has been her life-long passion. She has read hundreds of books on the subject, made acquaintances of numerous archaeologists from local universities as well as native peoples from Alabama, Oklahoma and the southeast and has had many personal experiences from roaming up and down the Tallapoosa River her entire life.
These life experiences, along with her own Native American ancestry and heritage, make her the perfect one to write the most complete and concise history of the indigenous group she calls The People of the Townhouse.
|Publisher:||The Scuppernong Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.38(d)|
|Age Range:||1 - 17 Years|