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Preserving the Historical Legacy of Tindall Hgts. Housing Development

Posted on December 12, 2015 at 11:01 AM
For me, the historical legacy and preservation of Tindall Heights Housing Development, formerly Tindall Field, located in Macon, Georgia, begins, in part, with this gentleman, Elias Brown, born a slave in Houston County, Georgia in 1863.
 
Where does it begin for you??   Tell me what you say!!

Categories: Community Affairs, Politics, Culture, Education, Historic Preservation, Macon Georgia, music,slavery, historic preservation, Tindall Heights, Lewis Hamlin Jr. Legcay Celebr

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3 Comments

Reply Newton Collier
1:59 PM on December 14, 2015 
This site give you an inside look into the people that made Tindall Heights a great place to live.
Reply Dr. Deborah-Patrice Hamlin
2:36 PM on December 14, 2015 
Newton Collier says...
This site give you an inside look into the people that made Tindall Heights a great place to live.

Thanks Newt. I am challenging former Tindall Hghts. Development residents and/or descendants to share their stories of accomplishment and contribution. Mark your calendars for Friday, January 15, 2016, Buck Melton Center, 4-6 p.m. Stay in joy and peace, and always have something in your life that is worth fighting for.
Reply Grant
3:52 PM on December 22, 2015 
I'm Grant Blankenship with Georgia Public Broadcasting in Macon. I have been doing some reporting in Tindall Heights leading up to the demolition and rebuilding. I'd like to talk to you before your event at Buck Melton. Give me a shout via email? Thanks.
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