Museum Supports Plank Road Station with Creek Indian Artifact Loan


Heritage Hall Museum was honored by Plank Road Station in Winterboro, Alabama, as a Dedicated Supporter. The museum continues to work with Plank Road Station and collaborates on projects to include a perpetual artifact loan to support The Creek Indian Artifact Exhibit organized by Tommy Moorehead and the Birmingham Museum of Art.
Museum Director, Valerie White received the Museum Honor for support and loan of the Creek Indian Artifacts from Plank Road Station.

Heritage Hall Museum was honored as "Dedicated Supporter" on November 18, 2020 by Plank Road Station in Winterboro, Alabama. The museum continues to work with Plank Road Station and collaborates on projects to include a perpetual artifact loan to support the Creek Indian Artifact Exhibit organized by Tommy Moorehead and the Birmingham Museum of Art.



To learn more about Plank Road Station go to the website or visit: Aljerald Powers Memorial Lodge / Plank Road Station at 22585 Alabama Highway 21, Alpine, Alabama 35014. Or Mail: P. O. Box 114

Alpine, Alabama 35014 or Call (256) 362-9375 (Becky).


For more information on Creek (Natives) Indians the Talladega area review the following links:

http://www.sylacauga.net/history.htm

https://museumonmainstreet.org/content/history-creek-indians-alabama

http://www.cityofsylacauga.net/uploads/1/0/9/7/109776335/comprehensive_plan-chapter_i-historical_overview_and_geographic_setting.pdf



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