Shiloh has Special Events and Tours
From the very beginning of the restoration & preservation journey, individuals throughout the United States and Australia have visited the Shiloh Community.
All three historic sites are located in Notasulga, Alabama (Macon County) and are in close proximity to Tuskegee University and Moton Field (the Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site).
The tour will includes the Shiloh Rosenwald School, one of the early Rosenwald Schools opened in 1922, the Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church established in 1870 and the Shiloh Cemetery, the oldest identified gravesite is 1881.
The School, the Church and the Cemetery were used during the course of the 40 year “U.S. Public Health Service Study of Untreated Syphilis in the Negro Male in Macon County “(1932-1972).
All three sites are listed on the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage and the Shiloh Rosenwald School and the Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church are listed on the National Register of Historic Places by the U.S. Department of Interior. Tours are by appointment and no admission fee is required
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Shiloh Community Historic Sites: The Shiloh Rosenwald School, the Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church and the Shiloh Cemetery
Notasulga, AL 36866
Hours of Operation
Tours are by appointment
The Annual Gala is the Major Fund Raiser for the Foundation so that the Shiloh School, a National Treasure will be Preserved.
Speakers have included renowned Civil Rights Attorney and Author, Fred Gray, SR. Esq.; Peter Ascoli, grandson of Julius Rosenwald; Peter Buxton, The Whistle Blower – who exposed the U.S. Public Health Study of Untreated Syphilis in the Negro Male; Susan Reverby, Professor and Author; Frye Gaillard, Professor and Author; and Shiloh Alumnae, Sonjia Parker-Redmond and Barbara Mahone.
Gala Theme: “Preserving the Past, Celebrating the Present and Preparing for the Future``