- Pebble Hill Program
Jackie Matte will give a talk from her new book, "The Say the Wind is Red,"
on Tuesday, February 15, at 4:00 p.m. at Pebble Hill. The program is
sponsored by the Auburn University Center for Arts and Humanities.
Matte's book, subtitled "The Alabama Choctaw: Lost in the Own Land," traces
the history of the MOWA band of Chocktaw Indians and their struggle for
recognition. Matte's book describes the removal of the Choctaws from
Alabama and relates the efforts of the MOWA descendants of South Alabama to
gain compensation for lands ceded to the federal government.
Matte is the co-author with Virginia Van der Veer Hamilton of "Seeing
A reception and book signing will follow the program.
Programs sponsored by the AU Center for Arts and Humanities are free and
open to the public. Pebble Hill, located at 101 DeBardeleben Street,
Auburn, Alabma, is handicap accessible. For further information, call
844-4947 or 844-4948.
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