The staff at Maggie L. Walker National Historical Site is committed to preserving the inspirational story of Maggie L. Walker for the enjoyment of this and future generations.
National Register of Historic Places - May 12, 1975
National Historic Landmark - May 15, 1975
National Historic Site - November 10, 1978
Public Law 95/625 was signed into law on November 10, 1978 designating the home of Maggie L. Walker a National Historic Site. To read more, please click on the link below. The information pertaining to the designation of the Maggie L. Walker NHS is contained in Section 511, page 44.
Did You Know?
In November 1899, when the Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) sponsored a speech by Mary Church Terrell, president of the National Association of Colored Women, in True Reformers Hall, Maggie Walker introduced the speaker.