Red Eagle topic at Historical Society

Judge Trippy McGuire will present “William Weatherford, Red Eagle: Warrior, Creek Leader, and Gentleman Farmer – Modern Day Opinions, Fact Versus Fiction and the Early Years” at tonight’s Covington Historical Society meeting. The group will meet at 6:30 in the Charles Dixon Memorial Room of the Andalusia Public Library. The public is invited.

 

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