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Carver 4-County Museum

The GWCRHSAA’s second program is the Carver 4-County Museum.  Opened with a special exhibit for alumni in October, 2018, the museum is a manifestation of the organization’s mission.  It is located in the original library of our school.  Since its          opening, it has produced 10 in-museum exhibits, 14 traveling exhibits, 10 video exhibits, 4 virtual exhibit galleries, 4 special-event exhibits, and three commemorative calendars. For more information, visit them on the web at
Throughout our Jubilee year, the Carver 4-County Museum is featuring both in-museum and as a traveling exhibit, with a public forum, Being A Citizen. The exhibit examines the life of the
George Washington Carver Regional High School and acts of citizenship shown in the context of the six (6) years before, during, and after the U. S. Supreme Court Brown v. Board of Education
and subsequent court cases.

You may download a copy of the poster and handout here. For more information and to schedule a visit, contact Charlotte Carpenter at (540) 270-3891.
The museum is open by appointment.  Email to or telephone Charlotte Carpenter at (540) 270-3891 to schedule a visit.  We ask that you please pardon our dust while we renovate our space and upgrade our technology in preparation for our Jubilee events in September and October.

Visit the Carver 4-County Museum Page

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