Jack Hadley Black History Museum
Thomasville, GA 31792
Thomasville’s First Black History Museum was established to educate individuals about the history and culture of African Americans locally and nationally. Historian, James “Jack” Hadley has preserved over 3,000 pieces of artifacts that commemorate the lives and accomplishments of Thomasville’s first black achievers, as well as state and national level achievers. See collectible artifacts and exhibits such as: Buffalo Soldiers & Tuskegee Airmen, Black Slavery & Africa, African-American Life on the Southern Hunting Plantations, Lt. Henry O. Flipper – the first black graduate of West Point, and much more! The Thomasville Black Heritage Trail Tour booklet is also available at the Museum.