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The Old Beloved Path: Daily Life amond the Indians of the Chattahooche River Valley

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The Old Beloved Path examines the lifestyles of the native American peoples of the Chattahoochee region of southeast Alabama and southwest Georgia. Organized chronologically, the book describes the region’s cultures in the Early, Middle, and Late Prehistoric periods. Fascinating essays illuminate origin myths, clan structures, townships (or tulwa), spirituality, diseases a ...more
Paperback, 304 pages
Published June 1st 2008 by Fire Ant Books (first published December 1992)
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Mar 23, 2013 Joann rated it it was amazing
I was always interested in the Chattahoochee River history and the land on each side of the river. This book starts at the prehistoric times and the trials and tribulations of the indians who inhabited this area I call home today. This book was so fantastic, I've given away several copies of the book and always have to buy onw again for myself. Mr. Winn has written several books about the Columbus area but this one is definitely worth reading - several times over! I love it!
A fantastic in-depth look at the Muskogee (Creek) people
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