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Oct 18, 2016
THURSDAY at Archives in Montgomery
Alabama Department of Archives & History presents
Food For Thought 2016
The History & Culture of the Muscogee People
Presented by Justin Giles
Thursday, October 20 at 12:00
at the Alabama Archives
In the 1830s, the Muscogee (Creek) people were removed,
like so many others, from their ancestral home in Alabama and other
southern states to Indian Territory where they made a home out of
necessity. The Trail of Tears may have ended where Tulsa was founded,
but the tribal government, art, language, and scholarship of the
Muscogee people continue.
This month, Justin Giles, former director of the Muscogee
(Creek) Nation Cultural Center & Archives Department, will discuss
the history, culture, and enduring spirit of the Native Americans who
first called the land of Alabama home.
Admission to Food For Thought is always FREE! Bring a brown bag lunch, complimentary beverages are provided.
for Thought 2016 is made possible by the Friends of the Alabama
Archives and a grant from the Alabama Humanities Foundation, a state
program of the National Endowment for the Humanities.