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Creek War Symposium

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  • Steve Murray
    Alabama Frontier: Cultural Crossroads Saturday, January 29, 2005 Landmarks Foundation in cooperation with the Alabama Humanities Foundation and the Montgomery
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      Alabama Frontier: Cultural Crossroads
      Saturday, January 29, 2005
      Landmarks Foundation in cooperation with the Alabama Humanities
      Foundation and the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, will present the
      fourth symposium in the series "Alabama Frontier: Cultural Crossroads,"
      at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts on January 29, 2005. These five
      symposiums cover the history of the Alabama Frontier from the mid-18th
      century to the removal of the Native Americans in the 1830s. This
      program will discuss the warring elements within the Creek society and
      the early encounters that led to the horrific attack on Fort Mims, the
      critical battle and its catastrophic effects on the Creek nation. The
      2006 series will conclude with the tragedy of the Indian Removal.
      The 2005 program will bring together a dynamic group of speakers including:
      Dr. Jeanne Heidler
      Dr. David Heidler
      Dr. John Hall
      Dr. Greg Waselkov
      Jim Parker -
      Ove Jensen
      Dr. Kathryn Braund
      A visual component will enhance the day's activities. Several McKenney
      and Hall prints of significant Creek leaders will be on display along
      with prints of events that took place during the Creek War.

      WHAT: History Symposium
      WHERE: Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts Auditorium
      WHEN: January 29, 2005
      TIME: Registration * 8:30 am; Program 9:00 am to 3:45 pm
      ADMISSION: Landmarks member: $30.00; General Public - $35.00; Faculty -
      $20.00; Student - $15.00

      For more information: call OAT at 334-240-4617 or 1-888-240-1850
      Website: www.oldalabamatown.com
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