Rosa Newman Hall

Rosa NewmanRosa Newman Hall retired from the Alabama Museum of Natural History after doing programs and serving as the camp director for the Museum Expedition program, started by her late husband Dr. John Hall in 1979. She has performed living history programs as a Creek woman from the 1800s at museums and festivals all over the Southeast. With a hunting camp set up, she demonstrates cooking, discusses foods, and highlights the woman’s role in the society, as well as describes the deer skin trade and how it affected the Creek Nation. Hall currently performs similar activities at the University of West Alabama with the Center for the Study of the Black Belt and is a beloved volunteer at Moundville Archaeological Park.