NEWS & EVENTS
Highway Sign - Some time ago, we lost our highway sign due to damaging tropical storm winds. Thanks to fundraising efforts and support from our fans and members, we are in the process of replacing our sign. Stay tuned for more information!
Karen A. Kirkman Kitchen - We are also in the process of rebuilding our kitchen, which burned down in the 1920's. Our new kitchen will help us better interpret our site, and give visual references to some of the working environments of the enslaved.
History and Holidays - Due to the pandemic, Homestead Holidays and Candlelight Visits was not held this year. Instead, the HHH was decorated with a "Let It Snow!" theme. Funded in Part by Visit Gainesville/Alachua County, FL.
Reclaiming Kin: The Legacy of Hampton and Grace Hathcock -On Thursday, February 13, 2020, at 7 PM, Family historian and descendant Tatanya Peterson and HHH President and Historian Karen Kirkman spoke about their research into the legacy of Hampton and Grace Hathcock, who were enslaved on James Chesnut's plantation in Alachua County.