Author Edward P. McCullough

Author Edward P. McCullough

To lecture on “The Native Americans in Williamson County Tennessee” at Yeoman’s in the Fork.

Yeoman’s in the Fork, Rare Book and Document Gallery in historic Leiper’s Fork, located at 4216 Old Hillsboro Road, Franklin, TN will be hosting a lecture and book signing in celebration of Native American Heritage Month, with author Edward P. McCullough, on Saturday, November 5, 2011 from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm.

Edward’s lecture will focus on the most interesting (and probably little known) Native American sites in Williamson County from the various archaeological periods.

Edward’s new book “ The Native Americans in Williamson County, Tennessee Through the Date of the Last Permanent Village Settle, Circa 1450” is a fascinating review based on the archaeological record of the people who lived in Williamson County, Tennessee in prehistoric times. The first of the sites discussed has been dated to more than 10,000 BC. The last village site has been dated to about 1450 AD, a mere 42 years before Columbus “discovered” America.

The event is free and open to the public. For more information on the event, please contact Yeoman’s in the Fork by phone at 615-983-6460, by email at You can also visit them online at

About Yeoman’s in the Fork:

Yeoman’s in the Fork is a rare book and document gallery located in historic Leiper’s Fork, TN. Yeoman’s has a wide variety of rare books, documents, maps, and ephemera dating throughout American History. Yeoman’s in the Fork shares the collector’s passion, along with helping educate those new to collecting rare books and documents.

About the Author:

Edward P. McCullough can be described as a history enthusiast and a preservationist with a passionate interest in Native Americans. He moved to Williamson County in 1978 and immediately noticed the prominent Indian mounds in the area. After retiring in 2005 he began to study the Native American sites in Williamson County and accumulated the data for this book. The author is enjoying retirement in Tennessee and Florida. This is his third book.

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