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Our mission is to support through education, outreach and civic involvement such things that promote, perpetuate and enhance the value of this community as a historic district designated on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Inaugural Heritage Days planned April 27-30 in Trussville
TRUSSVILLE – Trussville’s first annual Heritage Days will take place April 27-30, 2023, to celebrate and showcase Trussville’s historic district. The four-day Heritage Days, organized by the Cahaba Homestead Heritage Foundation, will feature arts, music, history, culture, a pickleball tournament and tour of Cahaba Project homes. Most events are free to the public, including a…
‘From one historic district to another, we grieve with Selma’
It is with a heavy heart that I share these photographs from a trip to Selma a week after the tornado that devastated parts of Alabama and Georgia. My first introduction to Selma was through visiting and painting her historic district during Selma’s annual pilgrimage. My time there has led to lifelong learning and friendships.…
CHHF’s Cahaba 100 initiative featured in Cahaba Sun
The Cahaba Homestead Heritage Foundation was recently featured in the October issue of the Cahaba Sun. The article focused on the stone gateway entrances, part of the Cahaba 100 initiative. [Learn more about Cahaba 100 here] The foundation announced the stone gateways project May 1 but is actively fundraising toward a goal of $50,000. The…
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6 thoughts on “Trussville, Alabama’s Historic Cahaba Project”
This is wonderful! Just what this historic community needs in the 21st Century!
This is wonderful what you are doing…must have researcher in your genes. I am a genealogist and enjoy helping people finding their families.
We can use you! We want to be, and with the help of all the homeowners and former homeowners, residents and those who just love the community, are well on our way to being the ultimate resource on all things “Cahaba Project”!
Have loved this neighborhood since the first time I saw it over twenty years ago, and now, since 2015, have enjoyed the privilege of calling it home. The quaint cottage style homes coupled with its historical origins makes it a pretty special place to live.
I grew up on Brentwood. My parents still live there! I’ve been very upset at the way the history of the Cahaba Project has not been respected by many new buyers or developers. I am happy to see that people are trying to now do something about it. Let me know how I can support your efforts!
This site is such a wonderful way to better educate our community about the historical Cahaba Project! I have enjoyed teaching children about The Great Depression and this area that was once established by FDR and First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt. We live in a truly special place!