FLORENCE, Ala. —The Florence Indian Mound Museum is internet hosting a historical past presentation Saturday morning.
Frederick Murphy and Karen Baynham Curry are descendants of former slave Ferdinand Jackson. The 2 can be presenting on the historical past of the Jackson household from the Forks of Cypress plantation.
Murphy and Curry will discover the connection between the enslaved Jackson household on the Forks of Cypress in addition to these enslaved on the Cabin Row Plantation in Montgomery County, Tennessee.
“We have now to honor our ancestors,” Murphy mentioned. “In the event that they weren’t right here then we wouldn’t be right here and to have the ability to have that collectiveness and that complete understanding of how broad our histories are, even being in two totally different states, is essential as a result of there’s nonetheless a possibility for us to have the ability to honor our ancestors, even from afar, by no less than realizing the place they’re from, realizing what presumably a few of their habits had been, the place they had been enslaved, in addition to presumably assembly some new people in the neighborhood that we may very well be linked to.”
The presentation will start within the Indian Mound Museum auditorium at 10 a.m. face coverings are steered, and seats can be spaced three toes aside.
The museum is positioned at 1028 S. Court docket St. in Florence. Name (256) 760-6427 for extra data.
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