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Afro-American Geneological and Historical Society, Inc.

Family Photo: One of the Many Pieces of History that AAHGS works to preserve
Cultivating our roots by identifying, collecting, documenting, and preserving our African American heritage.

The Arkansas Chapter of the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society (AAHGS) was founded in 1997 by a group of individuals dedicated to preserving and sharing genealogical and historical research techniques, conducting educational programs and preparing exhibits. Our goal is to bring to light, through research, study, collaboration, documentation and presentation, the history and heritage of Arkansas' people of African descent. Meetings are held the first Saturday of each month in the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity House in Little Rock.

An affiliate of the national organization of AAHGS, the state chapter is involved in projects across the state to accomplish our mission. We welcome you to participate in the activities of this organization, to utilize the resources on this site and to collaborate with our members and others in researching your own family and cultural heritage.

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AAHGS Arkansas Chapter | P.O. Box 4294 | Little Rock, AR 72214

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