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New Year’s Day Backintyme Authors 2016

Backintyme Authors 2016 Scott Sewell, Lars Adams and Margo Williams




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Backintyme PublishingJoin us for a fabulous New Years Day episode. We have invited Scott Hodalee Sewell to join us and discuss his newest publishing, Belles of the Creek Nation and upcoming title Voices. Scott is a Mixed Blood Indian and has written extensively on the Creek Muscogee and Dominicker peoples along with in-depth looks into tribal affiliations, spirituality and personal identity. He is a modern day activists among the clan families and sacred ceremonial grounds. Scott is currently working on his newest book titled Voices, where he has collected the memories and experiences of elders and spiritual leaders. You can find these titles and many others from Backintyme Publishing at our Amazon listing here, Backintyme Publishing
Name Your LinkMargo Williams will join us, author of 2011 Miles Lassiter (circa 1777-1850): An Early African-American Quaker from Lassiter Mill, Randolph County, North Carolina: My Research Journey to Home. His story illuminates the unfolding of the 19th-century color line into the 20th. And, Introducing her soon to be released Hilltown to Strieby. Margo, a former editor of the Journal of the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society, and through her private research company, Personal Prologue. Backintyme is very excited to also have Margo as the newest editor at Backintyme and we hope you will enjoy her new title soon to be released.Lars Adams will join us also and host the show. Lars is  a writer, author, historian and independent researcher. Lars has reviewed Belles of the Creek Nation and is scheduled his new book Breaking the House of Pamunkey will soon be released by Backintyme Publishing. Miles will join us and introduce his new book and it’s historical significance to the Pamunkey and other Mixed Blood Indian descendants.

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