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LIR Troublesome Neighbors

Dates:February 27, 2024
Meets:Tu from 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM
Location:University Center - Theater or VIA Zoom Hybrid
Cost: $0.00

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Native American Inhabitants of the Coastal Plain Region: Account of Militia and Residents Occupying the Wiregrass Regions

In the early to mid-1800s, militia and residents occupying the Wiregrass Regions wrote letters to officials in Milledgeville – Georgia’s capital. These letters offer a glimpse into what occurred as settlers moved into the region and state and federal governments enforced Indian Removal Policies. These correspondences, albeit limited to the settlers’ perspective, demonstrate how the Coastal Plain region became a transitionally frontier and corridor of violence as one culture worked to establish itself and another society was forced to exit. (“Troublesome Neighbors” - A soldier used this phrase to describe Native Americans traveling through the region.)

Hybrid class: choice of Zoom or in-person. Instructor: Vickie Everitte, VSU Graduate Student, History

Fee: $0.00
Hours:1.00
CEUs:0.10

University Center - Theater or VIA Zoom Hybrid

1215 N Patterson St
Entrance 1
Valdosta GA 31698
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