Adult SouthFirst Brown Bag September 28th

Chris Haveman will discuss the removal of the Creek Indians from Alabama and the difficulties that the Creeks had in resettling in Indian Territory.
"Rivers of Sand: Creek Indian Emigration, Relocation, and Ethnic Cleansing in the American South"
Wednesday, September 28th
Refreshments: 11:00am
Program: 12:00 Noon
Harry I. Brown Auditorium.

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Visitors From Japan

Kumiko Natatsuka and Hiroko Sato from Japan are visiting Sylacauga - Kumiko is the Japaese Prime Minister Abe's Fellow has been assigned to study child poverty in the United States. Shown with Kumiko and Hiroko are Comer Library director, Shirley Spears and Executive Director of SAFE, Margaret Morton and Auxiliary Services Coordinator for SAFE, Nancy Dickson.

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Gilbert Highet

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