Historic Places Make Life Better!

Saving Alabama's historic places from disappearing

The rich and diverse history of the great state of Alabama continues to be reflected through thousands of historic buildings and places in literally every corner of the state. These places have the unique ability to remind present and future generations in a tangible and meaningful way about the events that shaped our collective experience. They inspire us with the stories of those who built their communities, fought for their beliefs, and overcame all manner of personal challenge.

The Alabama Trust is a membership organization that is supported by individuals, families, and groups from all over the state. Your support is needed!


Message to Roundtable Registrants below:

Thank you for registering for the 2019 Alabama Preservation Roundtable scheduled for this Friday, January 18th at the Alabama Department of Archives and History in Montgomery. 

The Alabama Trust for Historic Preservation with its partners – the Alabama Historical Commission, Alabama Bicentennial Commission and Alabama Department of Archives and History – appreciates your interest in the preservation of Alabama’s monuments and memorials.  The topic is important, timely and a good one for community discussions.  With this in mind, presenters for the 2019 roundtable have agreed to do the In Memoriam program for the 2020 Roundtable next January.  

Please mark your calendars for the 2020 Alabama Preservation Roundtable for Friday, January 17, 2020 at the Alabama Department of Archives and History.

Questions regarding the cancellation of this year’s roundtable may be directed to the Alabama Trust for Historic Preservation at alabamatrust@athp.com or 205-652-3497.

Peggy Hair

Alabama Preservation Roundtable Planning Committee

Alabama Trust for Historic Preservation