Chatham-Kent Black Historical Society

Contact Information
Office Phone 519-352-3565
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Primary Contact Samantha Meredith, Executive Director-Curator
Alternate Contact Dorothy Wallace, President
Description and Service Details
Description (Service) Dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the history of Chatham-Kent’s Black community and their influence across North America. Organization aims to educate the residents of Chatham-Kent and visitors about the legacy left by the early Black pioneers and refugees who helped to build the city.  
The museum boasts an ever growing collection of history, donations and artifacts. Self-guided or walking tours are available.
Hours Sep-Jun Mon-Fri 10 am-3 pm * Jul-Aug Mon-Fri 10 am-4 pm
Areas Served Chatham-Kent
Eligibility No restrictions
Application Drop in or call to arrange a tour
Languages English
Fees Admission - Adults $6 ; seniors and students $5
Agency Information
Description (Agency) Organization working to preserve and promote of the history of Chatham-Kent’s Black Community and their influence across North America.
Established 1992
Funding Grants ; Donations ; Fees
Site Information
Located In Community Chatham
Address & Map
177 King St E
Chatham, ON N7M 3N1
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Intersection Princess St and King St E
Physical Access Fully Accessible - Automatic door, designated parking, ramp, designated washrooms

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