Jacqueline Anderson Matte - Nonfiction

Jacqueline Matte

Jacqueline Anderson Matte
3850 Galleria Woods Dr. Apt. 211
Birmingham, AL 35244
205-264-1439
jackiematte@galleriawoods.org

Hometown: Chatom, AL

Genre

  • Nonfiction


Publications and Awards

Books:
They Say the Wind is Red: The Alabama Choctaw Lost in Their Own Land, NewSouth Books, 2002
Seeing Historic Alabama: Fifteen Guided Tours, Co-author Virginia Van der Veer Hamilton, University of Alabama Press, 1996
The History of Washington County: The First County in Alabama, Washington County Historical Society, 1982

Anthologies:
Old St. Stephens: Historical Records Survey, Prepared for the St. Stephens Historic Commission, 1999

Journals:
The Alabama Review: A Quarterly Journal of Alabama History, July 2006
Tributaries, No. 9, 2006

More Information

Gives readings: Yes
Travels to readings: Yes
Conducts workshops: No
Available for interviews: Yes