The University of Alabama’s Moundville Archaeological Park hosts the 16th annual Moundville Knap-In March 11 and 12.
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In a collaborative effort with the Tennessee Valley Authority, The University of Alabama’s Office of Archaeological Research has begun a rehabilitation project on collections that were gathered 80 years ago with artifacts that span a 13,000-year time period.
The University of Alabama’s Moundville Archaeological Park invites the community to witness an ancient art during its 14th annual Knap-In March 7-9.
Through storytelling, a variety of arts and crafts demonstrations, living history enactments and musical performances, The University of Alabama’s annual Native American Festival brings to life the Southeastern Indian culture, a culture that is markedly different from the tribes found elsewhere in the Americas.
The University of Alabama Museums’ Moundville Archaeological Park will host its 23rd Native American Festival from Wednesday, Oct. 10, through Saturday, Oct. 13, at the park. Among the highlights will be performances by storyteller Gayle Ross, the great-granddaughter of John Ross, the principal chief of the Cherokee Nation during the Trail of Tears in the 1830s.
Injunuity, the Native American Music Award-winning band, highlights the 2011 Moundville Native American Festival from Wednesday, Oct. 5, to Saturday, Oct. 8, at The University of Alabama’s Moundville Archaeological Park.