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Maury County Archives

201 E 6th Street

Columbia, TN

2022 Lecture
Series Continues

The 2022 Lecture Series will continue on October 22, 2022 at 10:00 am at the Maury County Archives. We will continue with the theme, “Doctors and Lawyers.” The speaker will be Rhonda Hooks.

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Rhonda Hooks

AAHS Quarterly Lecture Series

Since 2013, the African American Heritage Society of Maury County has scheduled a lecture each quarter. Authors, historians, subject-matter experts, and professors of history from Fisk, Middle Tennessee State, Tennessee State, and Vanderbilt Universities, speaking to diverse audiences, discussed different aspects of African American history, such as activist and politician, the civil war, education, the great migration, and religion.

2022 - Doctors & Lawyers

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Delisa Minor Harris

Assistant Director of
Library Services at Fisk University


Dr. Learotha Williams

Professor of History

Tennessee State University


Dr. Daniel Sharfstien

Professor of History and Law

Vanderbilt University


Sandra Parham

Executive Director

Meharry Medical College

2021 - The World of Sports


Dr. Harriet Kimbro Hamiltion

Professor at Tennessee State University (retired) and author of “Daddy’s Scrapbook: Henry Kimbro of the Negro Baseball League A Daughter’s Perspective”.


Columbia Boxing Club

Members of the Columbia Boxing Club are pictures with founder and boxing coach, Dr. Morgan Hines. Pictured (L-R): Jeremy Pillow, Dr. Morgan Hines, Aholu Pillow, and Alonzo Washington.

2020 - Women’s History


Dr. Christa Martin

Vice Mayor of Columbia, TN


Dr. Carole Bucy

Professor of History

Volunteer State Community College


Dr. K. T. Ewing

Professor of History

Tennessee State University


Dr. Antoinette van Zelm

Assistant Director of the

MTSU Center of Historic Preservation

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