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Lecture: Recovering History, Reclaiming the Present: Appalachian Mines and the Apalachee Diaspora from the Sixteenth Century to Today

When: Thu., April 7, 12-1 p.m. 2022
Phone: 804-340-1800
Price: free
This lecture will describe the devastating power of sixteenth-century “fake news” over the course of two centuries while following the Apalachee diaspora out of the Florida panhandle and into central Louisiana, where the Talimali Band of Apalachee Indians continue to fight for their sovereignty to this day. This program is free, but tickets are required for in-person admission. Tickets are not needed if you would prefer to join us live on YouTube or Facebook. In-person attendees are invited to meet the author at the book signing immediately following the lecture. Signed copies of the book are available at



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