Cottleville: Where History Never Grows Old
This book is written for all the pioneering spirits of younder year and today. Cottleville: Where History Never Grows Old contains the stories of American Pioneers, who traveled West to settle on Spanish land grants in the early 1800's. The book focuses on the Cottle family, the authors direct descendants, and the impact on the community of Cottleville. Sheryl Kay Guffey (Spellmann) has been a long time student of political and social history. She has worked as an elementary education teacher, a university professor, an educational consultant and administrator for over 35 years serving in various positions such as Dean of Human Services, Dean of Campus Life and Dean of Admissions, Sheryl is the founder of Guffey & Associates, LLC and found her passion for social economic development as a consultant for non-profit organizations like the YMCA, boy Scouts of America and American Humanics. Sheryl was appointed to the St, Charles County Commission of the Historical Advisory Board on May 9thm 2011. She is currently a member of the Cottleville Missouri Main Street Association - Executive Officer, found of the Cottleville Heritage Foundation - Secretary, PEO - Corresponding Secretary,Cottleville Firefighters Community Outreach Board Member/Treasurer, and co-owns Cottleville Crafts Etc, located directly in the heat of the Historic District of Cottleville. Sheryl is a certified member of the Lewis and Clark Era Descendant Project and a lover of history.
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Cottleville: Where History Never Grows Old: Second Edition
Sheryl Kay Guffey
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