Autauga County Heritage Association

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Autauga County Heritage Association
Autauga County Heritage Association is listed in the Museums category in Prattville, Alabama. Displayed below is the only current social network for Autauga County Heritage Association which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Autauga County Heritage Association on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 73.

Contact information for Autauga County Heritage Association is:
102 E Main St
Prattville, AL 36067
(334) 361-0961

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Autauga County Heritage Association has an overall ZapScore of 73. This means that Autauga County Heritage Association has a higher ZapScore than 73% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Prattville, Alabama is 41 and in the Museums category is 56. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Autauga County Heritage Association shared Alabama Department of Archives and History's event.
ACHA encourages you to attend this Book Talk at the Alabama Department of Archives & History featuring Dr David Alsobrook! Though David's book is about a mill village in Eufaula, people familiar with Prattville's mill village will also find this book.
On September 27 at 12:00, join us at the Archives for a book talk "Southside: Eufaula's Cotton Mill Village and Its People, 1890-1945" presented by Dr. David Alsobrook. Admission is free! In "Southside," Alsobrook utilizes previously unpublished family records, photographs, oral histories, and other primary sources to tell the stories of ordinary cotton mill families who lived and worked in Southside Eufaula, Alabama, from the early 1890s through 1945. His book explores the rise and fall of the invisible social barriers that separated "Old Eufaula" and Southside for years. Many of the photographs that appear in Southside are from personal family collections and have never been previously published. During his presentation, Alsobrook will also discuss legendary mill owner Donald Comer’s remarkably enlightened brand of paternalism, which differed significantly from the philosophy of many of his contemporaries in the Southern textile industry. Dr. David E. Alsobrook was born in Eufaula and grew up in Mobile. He earned a bachelor’s degree and a doctorate from Auburn University and a master’s degree from West Virginia University. Alsobrook started his public history career as an archivist at the ADAH before beginning a thirty-year tenure with the National Archives and Records Administration, where he worked as Supervisory Archivist at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library, and as the first director of the George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton Presidential Libraries. Over the past forty years, he has published articles and book reviews in various scholarly journals on a wide range of Alabama and Southern historical topics. "Southside" is his first book. Alsobrook is currently serving as the president of the Alabama Historical Association. "Southside: Eufaula’s Cotton Mill Village and Its People, 1890-1945" (2017) is published by Mercer University Press. Copies will be available for purchase at the presentation. For more information about the book talk, call (334) 353-3312.
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Autauga County Heritage Association shared their post.
ACHA is a busy, busy organization! Happy to announce that students at Prattville Christian Academy answered our call for help in entering the log sheets into Excel spreadsheets! ACHA created a Partnership with PCA and it is a win-win deal for both entities. PCA students are required to do volunteer hours in the community and this project also meets the needs of ACHA. The photos are of one of the training sessions to assist students & get them started. Thanks to ACHA Board member, Margie Fallen, for chairing this project. Also thank you to Jackson Thornton for making copies of the log sheets for the students! And most of all, thank you to the PCA students who are volunteering their time, skills & talents!

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ACHA is a busy, busy organization! Happy to announce that students at Prattville Christian Academy answered our call for help in entering the log sheets into Excel spreadsheets! ACHA created a Partnership with PCA and it is a win-win deal for both entities. PCA students are required to do volunteer hours in the community and this project also meets the needs of ACHA. The photos are of one of the training sessions to assist students & get them started. Thanks to ACHA Board member, Margie Fallen, for chairing this project. Also thank you to Jackson Thornton for making copies of the log sheets for the students! And most of all, thank you to the PCA students who are volunteering their time, skills & talents!

Autauga County Heritage Association shared their post.
When you see our posts, please share them to your friends & connections. It may help ACHA garner support for our efforts to preserve our wonderful & worthy history. Thank you!!
ACHA hopes to continue work on Buena Vista! We are seeking assistance with additional repair & painting. We encourage volunteers and businesses to aid in restoring this historic home to its former grandeur! You may call the Prattaugan Museum 334-361-0961 to volunteer or to offer financial or professional support! ACHA is a 501(C)3 charitable non-profit and all donations are tax deductible!

ACHA hopes to continue work on Buena Vista! We are seeking assistance with additional repair & painting. We encourage volunteers and businesses to aid in restoring this historic home to its former grandeur! You may call the Prattaugan Museum 334-361-0961 to volunteer or to offer financial or professional support! ACHA is a 501(C)3 charitable non-profit and all donations are tax deductible!