• Understanding our past.
    Celebrating our future.

    Discover how the African American Heritage Society of Williamson County is preserving culture and heritage for future generations.

WE THRIVE ON YOUR KINDNESS
Your gift not only furthers our community, it invests in the next generation.

ALWAYS SOMETHING HAPPENING
Discover our projects in Franklin and share with others!

8th Annual Prom Night!

Fundraiser for our annual educational scholarship, to be given out each year to two or more deserving High School Seniors in our community attending college.

McLemore House Museum

History holds a unique and moving story through artifacts, pictures and exhibits at the McLemore House.

Merrill-Williams Home

Help AAHS pursue the preservation of the historic Merrill-Williams home at 264 Natchez St., Franklin, TN. This place matters!

Tom Murdic Scholarship Application

Applications are currently being accepted, until March 22nd, for the Tom Murdic Educational Scholorship.  If you are interested, please submit an application with your 250 word minimum essay on the topic of “African American History in Williamson County and What It Means to Me”, a current photograph, and a current resume or biography. Please contact Deborah Murdic 615-504-2229 or Carolyn Wall 615) 973-2023 if you have any questions pertaining to the contest.

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Our Roots Run Deep

Take a virtual tour of Franklin’s Black History then come see it in person. To learn more, click and watch the video.

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