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Jack Hadley Black History Museum (Friday, 2/21, 10:00am)   NEW!

Thomasville’s First Black History Museum was established to educate individuals about the history and culture of African Americans locally and nationally. One African-American historian, James “Jack” Hadley, has preserved over 4,669 pieces of African American artifacts, with emphasis on Thomasville’s First Black Achievers, state and national achievers, that commemorate their lives and accomplishments. See collectible African-American artifacts dating back to slavery, Dr. Martin L. King, Jr., Blacks in the Military, African-American Life on the Southern Hunting Plantation and much more. Information about carpooling, etc., will be emailed later. Maximum: 40. Register online by Feb. 13. Contact Randy Soule,, or Harriet Waas,


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