Mullins attends Historical & Genealogy Society luncheon

Author Jonita Mullins, center, talks to Fort Gibson Historical & Genealogy Society President Marcia Elliott and her daughter Kathy Elliott at the book signing event at Fort Gibson Baker and Cafe. 

FORT GIBSON — Muskogee author Jonita Mullins was the guest speaker at Monday's meeting of the Fort Gibson Historical & Genealogy Society at the Fort Gibson Bakery and Cafe. She talked about her newest book, "Oklahoma Opposites" and signed copies of the book for the 20 members of the society who were present.

Mullins attends Historical & Genealogy Society luncheon

Author Jonita Mullins, right, signs a copy of her newest book, "Oklahoma Opposites" at Monday's meeting of the Fort Gibson Historical & Genealogy Society at the Fort Gibson Bakery and Cafe. Kathy Elliott, a member of the society, looks on. 

It is Mullins' 12th book. 

Marcia Elliott, the president of the society, introduced Mullins to those in attendance. 

Mullins attends Historical & Genealogy Society luncheon

Author Jonita Mullins, right, talks with Kathy Elliott of the Fort Gibson Historical & Genealogy Society before the start of Monday's book signing event hosted by society. Mullins does similar events at libraries, book clubs and museums. 

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