Regional African American Museum of Northeast Georgia, Inc

The Regional African American Museum of Northeast Georgia, Incorporated is a nonprofit organization founded in 2010 to preserve the cultural heritage of communities who attended the Cornelia Regional Colored School [1-12]; an “equalization” school built and maintained by Boards of Education in Banks, Habersham, Rabun, and White Counties 1955-1966.

Visit link below for information on the importance of preserving equalization schools!

2013 EXHIBIT SCHEDULE:

Cornelia Regional [Colored] High School
595 Elrod Street • Cornelia 30531
[Full Exhibit - 20 panels & growing]
OPEN TO PUBLIC: Monday, June 17 -- Friday, June 21 -- 10am - 3pm
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SPECIAL SHOWING!
2013 Cornelia Regional [Colored] High School Alumni Reunion:
Saturday, June 22 -- 9am - 4pm
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Toccoa-Stephens County Public Library
53 W. Savannah Street • Toccoa 30577 • 706-886-6082
Mon - Fri : 10am - 5pm, Sat : 10am - 1pm
Feb 2 - 28
-- Full Exhibit (20 panels)
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Cornelia-Habersham County Public Library
103 N. Main Street • Cornelia 30531 • 706-778-2635
Mon - Fri : 9am - 5pm
Jan 18 - 31
-- Mini Exhibit (6 panels)

Share your story. It's your history. Preserve it!
For more info: raam.nga.inc@gmail.com • 404.271.2468

Thank you.