As I was sweeping up around my house this morning, a house that is a bit dustier than most because it is old (or at least that is my excuse), I had time for quiet reflection. When I posted last month on social media about collecting vintage home photos for my neighbors, I didn’t knowContinue reading “A Photos Project for the Cahaba Project”
Please check out our presentation, Trussville’s Cahaba Project, which provides a high-level overview of the creation and early days of the Cahaba Project neighborhood. As always, much more to come on this historic district. This presentation is also available on our Resources page.
The Cahaba Homestead Heritage Foundation wants to hear from Trussville residents about the future of the Cahaba Project neighborhood. In our effort to promote, perpetuate and enhance the value of the historic Cahaba Project community of Trussville, we would like to know how citizens envision the future 10 to 20 years of the Cahaba Project.Continue reading “CHHF Survey: We want to hear from you, Trussville!”
Read about and watch videos from heritage visitors’ visit and tour of the Cahaba Project on March 26, 2021.
A quick blog post introducing the Cahaba Homestead Heritage Foundation.
Please check out our presentation, Economic Benefits of Historic Districts, which takes you to historic districts all across the United States, studying the economic benefits of their historic districts. There are many case studies to review that prove the value of historic districts. This presentation is also available on our Resources page.
Please check out our presentation, A Nation of Historic Communities, which takes you from Wisconsin to West Virginia, and many places in between. Learn about other communities’ histories and heritage and how that historic fabric is held together today. This presentation is also available on our Resources page.
This story was originally published in April 2019 at garylloydbooks.com. By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE — I remember that bottom-floor classroom, the one on the corner of the building not far from the gymnasium where I tried out for the Hewitt-Trussville Junior High School basketball team. I sat near the back of the room with aContinue reading “A Walk through the Cahaba Project”