If These Cemeteries Could Talk
The Willow Hill Legacy started nine years after the end of slavery. Former Slave families in the Willow Hill area near Portal established a school just three years after education of any kind was brought to Bulloch County. The school closed in 1999 and in 2005 the Willow Hill Center was created. The center was created to tell the stories of these families and to keep their legacy alive for generations to come. 35 known African American Cemeteries have been found in Bulloch County and are the focus point for "If These Cemeteries Could Talk'.
Listen to If These Cemeteries Could Talk Podcasts. Visit Willow Hill Heritage and Renaissance Center Digital Archive Collection for more information on the project and for interview files.
More information on the Willow Hill Heritage & Renaissance Center can be found here and you can follow the official Willow Hill YouTube Channel here.