“Trail of Tears”, the book about the Choctaw Apache Tribe of Ebarb, was recently published and is now available for people interested in the tribe’s history and culture to purchase.
Dorsey Ebarb Bronson, Danny Ebarb and Mary Meshell Carlin, authors of the book, have worked with Nichols Discount Store of Many to place copies of Trail of Tears available for sale at the store.
The books are all autographed. Thanks to Lauren Moore, owner of Nichols, and the authors, 100% of the book’s $25.00 price, will be donated to the future Many Depot Museum which will feature an entire room about the Choctaw-Apache Tribe of Ebarb.
“We have only a limited number of copies of this book and they are already selling fast,” said Debbie Sepulvado, manager at the Many store, said.
Chairperson of the Cultural District Advisory Committee Mary Brocato worked with Bronson and Moore to make the book available for purchase in Many. She said, “I’m so pleased that Dorsey and Lauren are offering ‘Trail of Tears’ and are donating the sale proceeds to our planned museum. I bought the book at this year’s PowWow and I think everyone who lives in our area would really enjoy learning about some of the history and culture of our parish. This book not only tells that, but there are also some awesome Choctaw-Apache recipes featured. So it’s a history book and a cook book too.”
Pictured above: Debbie Sepulvado, manager of Nichols Many Store, and Lauren Moore, Nichols owner, display ‘Trail of Tears’, the newly published book about the Choctaw Apache Tribe of Ebarb. The combination history/cookbook can be purchased at Nichols Many store. 100% of the $25.00 sale price goes to the future Many Depot Museum.