Oakville Indian Education’s Anna Mullican to speak to Historical Commission Sunday

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Oakville Indian Mounds Cultural Resource Specialist Anna Mullican will speak at the Lawrence County Historical Commission meeting on Sunday, Feb. 16.

The meeting is open to the public and free to attend. It will be held in the conference room of the Lawrence County Board of Education in Moulton at 2 p.m.

“She will be bringing updates on archeological digs and other events that has happened at the Oakville Indian Mounds,” said LCHC member Bonita Jones.

Mullican, an Elkmont native, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Alabama in 2007, where she majored in Anthropology. She earned her Master of Arts degree, focusing in Archaeology, from UA in 2013. 

Before her work as cultural resource specialist for the Indian Education Program at Oakville, Mullican worked at the Office of Archaeological Research at the University of Alabama, located at the Moundville Archaeological Park. She also serves as an adjunct history instructor at the University of North Alabama. 

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