An Excursion To The Past - A History Of Sale Creek And Coulterville Book Available In December

Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Curtis Coulter on Tuesday signed off on his book An Excursion To The Past - A History of Sale Creek and Coulterville, Tn. and it is going to the printer this week. 

Mr. Coulter said he hopes to have it in hand by Dec. 10-15.

The book will cost $24.95 and will be available at the antique stores in Sale Creek, Daniel Farm Supply, and at coulterpublications.com. People may also contact him at coulterpublications@gmail.com or by mail at Coulter Publications, P.O. Box 501, Sale Creek, Tennessee 37373.


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