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Most Recent AHA Accomplishments
  • Received Grant for $15,000 from Alabama Historical Commission to restore Pine Hill Cemetery
  • PINE HILL CEMETERY – The AHA is dedicated to the preservation and aesthetics of Auburn’s oldest cemetery. We have restored and repaired markers, landscaped, and recently contributed to upgrading the fence and entrance and Pine Hill Cemetery.

  • BAPTIST HILL CEMETERY – The AHA, in association with the City of Auburn and Auburn Cemetery Trust, sponsored a new iron chain fence at Baptist Hill. The AHA also financially sponsors the Auburn High School ROTC program in their efforts to clean and maintain Baptist Hill Cemetery. Most recently, the AHA purchased planting material to be used at the cemetery.

  • NEEVA-WINSTON HOUSE – The AHA paid to relocate the Neeva-Winston home to Kiesel Park in Auburn. The home serves as a social center for events held at Kiesel Park.

Other Accomplishments

  • Purchased and restored historic Pebble Hill (1847) and Ebenezer Baptist Church (1870’s).
    Also placed them on National Register of Historic Places.

  • Established two historic districts and placed them on National Register – Old Main and Church, Auburn University Campus.

  • Placed Pine Hill, Auburn’s oldest cemetery on Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage in 1978.

  • Restored and placed Baptist Hill, Auburn’s oldest and black cemetery on Alabama Register in 1994.