Danville-Boyle County African American  Historical Society
Defining Our Future By Remembering Our Past
Established 18 December 2013

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Who we are...

Our Mission Statement...
The Danville-Boyle County African American Historical Society is committed to the collection, 
preservation, accessibility, promotion, and communication of the history of the 
Danville-Boyle County African American community.  We believe our responsibility is to 
ensure that our presence, existence, and contributions provide the public knowledge that is 
essential for future generations to understand and appreciate the African American heritage in this community.

We welcome everyone to support our mission, use our resources, participate in our programs, and become a member.

Our Bylaws, adopted 7 March 2014 (PDF File)

Dues - Adult $15.00, Student $5.00, payable to our Treasurer, 
Marthetta Clark, PO Box 1041, Danville, KY  40423

Upcoming...

Next Meeting, Tuesday, 5 August, 6:30 pm, St. James A.M.E. Church, 124 E Walnut St, Danville, KY

Coming 2 September:
Tim Talbott, Kentucky Historical Society
"Telling Testimony: Slavery Advertisements in Kentucky's Civil War Newspapers."
Tim's "blog" website - http://randomthoughtsonhistory.blogspot.com/

Visit the pages below to get some sense of what the 
African-American life was like before "urban renewal."

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