The public is invited to “Facing History: The Men Behind the McKenney-Hall Portraits of Creek Indians” on Thursday, November 15 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Caroline Marshall Draughon
Center for the Arts & Humanities at Pebble Hill.
The symposium will feature the collection of McKenney-Hall lithographs on display at Pebble Hill, including William McIntosh, who originally signed the Treaty of Indian Springs, as
well as many of the 1825 Creek delegates to Washington D.C. who protested the treaty. Speakers will set the images into context and discuss family and clan connection, costumes and material culture, and the forced migrations that began in 1836.
Presenters include Andrew Frank, Florida State University; Kathryn Braund, Auburn University; Christina Snyder, Pennsylvania State University; Alex Colvin, Auburn University; Kent Reilly,
Texas State University; Raven Christopher, Alabama Department of Archives and History; Chris Haveman, University of West Alabama; and John Ellisor, Columbus State University.
For more information, or to register, visit
aub.ie/facinghistory. The registration fee for the symposium is $25 and includes lunch. Seating is limited.
The Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts & Humanities at Pebble Hill is located at 101 S. Debardeleben Street, Auburn. For more information on the program, call 334-844-4903
or visit www.auburn.edu/cah.