UMW Students and Native Virginian Tribes Collaborate on New Heritage Trail

Students in HISP 471: Preservation in the Community spent the Fall 2021 semester working on a Native American History and Culture Trail in King George County. This project was a conducted in collaboration with the Rappahannock and Patawomeck Tribes and the King George County Department of Tourism and Economic Development.

More information about the project can be found in the following news stories:

UMW Students Work with Local Native American Tribes to Create Heritage Trail in King George
Front page article in the Free Lance Star, January 2022

New Virginia Trail Will Spotlight Rappahannock and Patawomeck Tribes
TV interview by NBC4, December 2021

UMW Course Preserves Native American Stories
Story by the UMW Voice, December 2021

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