Greene County Historical Society

The Greene County Historical Society, a nonprofit organization, was established in 1960.  The purpose of this society is to preserve our history through historical architectural preservation in Greene County.  
There are over 40 residences and 7 public buildings from the antebellum period and many others from the Victoria era in Eutaw.  Each year the Society hosts a Tour of Homes in October.  Oct. 1-2, 2016 this coming year & why don’t you come & visit ?
This tour features at least four historic homes and several historic churches!

The Greene County Historical Society 
asks for your support with preservation.  
Tax Deductible donations can be made to:

Greene County Historical Society
PO Box 746
Eutaw, AL.  35462

Benefits of supporting the GCHS include:
    1) Preventing the loss of historic property in Greene County
    2) Uniting the community in the name of preservation
    3) IRS 501/C/3 counts as tax deductible


On the left above is the Greene County Historical Society (GCHS) Head Quarters:  Raised Creole cottage finished in time for Vaughn, a tailor, to present to his new bride,  Margaret R. Steele.  Consists of 3 rooms, a connecting center hall & porches.  The Eutaw Presbyterian Church acquired the house in 1981, and gave the house to the GCHS.  It was then moved to its current location & restored to its 1840 appearance for use as GCHS HQ !

Oct. 7-8, 2017
Tour of
Homes !!!


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