Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts & Humanities

Cultural Crossroads XV

Cultural Crossroads XV

The Landmarks Foundation of Montgomery, Alabama Department of Archives and History and Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for Arts and Humanities at Auburn University continue their exploration of early Alabama history with Cultural Crossroads XV: The Mississippi Territory in Becoming Alabama on February 13, 2016 at the Alabama Department of Archives and History.

Early Alabama was closely linked with Mississippi from 1798 until 1817 as it was a part of the Mississippi Territory. Seven scholars will present talks on topics relating Alabama’s history with that of its western neighbor. 

The Alabama Department of Archives and History is located at 624 Washington Ave., Montgomery, AL.  Free limited off-street parking is available in the Archives parking lot across from the rear (south) entrance of the building off Adams Street. Please note the south entrance bears the inscription ALABAMA WORLD WAR MEMORIAL above the doors.

For more information, or to register, please visit the website or call Landmarks Foundation at (888) 240-1850 or (334) 240-4500.

Last Updated: February 05, 2016