January 23, 2022

McMillan Interviewed by NBC-4 on Native American History & Culture Trail

Assistant Professor of Historic Preservation Lauren McMillan was interviewed on December 7th by NBC-4 in a segment about the Native American History and Culture Trail that her class has developed for King George County’s Department of Economic Development and Tourism. Students in HISP 471: Preservation in the Community worked in partnership with the Rappahannock and Patawomeck tribes to research, write, and design heritage trail signage.

Watch here: https://www.nbcwashington.com/news/local/northern-virginia/virginia-trail-to-spotlight-local-native-american-tribes/2904800/

Students in HISP 471: Preservation in the Community presenting trail signs to representatives of the Patawomeck and Rappahannock tribes, King George County's Department of Economic Development and Tourism, and other stakeholders.

Students in HISP 471: Preservation in the Community presenting trail signs to representatives of the Patawomeck and Rappahannock tribes, King George County’s Department of Economic Development and Tourism, and other stakeholders.