Discovering Black History In Bryan, Texas At The Brazos Valley African American Museum & Carnegie History Center

Brazos Valley African American Museum

The African American Museum opened its doors on July 22, 2006.
a detailed sketch of a man at the Brazos Valley African American Museum
A mural of Frederick Douglas drawn by local artist John Marcella Grant at the BVAAM.

Visiting & Admission

Carnegie History Center

The Carnegie History Center first opened to the public in Bryan, Texas in 1903.
Books like "Big Mama Didn't Shop at Woolworth's," tell stories of the fight for racial justice in Bryan.
Whether you're from Georgia, Ireland, Indonesia, or Texas you can find genealogical resources at the Carnegie. You can discover your heritage here.
Alex Beckman


Alex Beckman

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