Jackson Home Historic Site
1416 Lapsley Ave.
(404) 792-0666
The Jackson Home was the official residence where world leaders resided while planning the Selma to Montgomery March in late 1964 until April of 1965. The home was built in 1912 by Dr. Richard Byron Hudson, a noted educator in Selma and is the only known residence in the country which has housed three African American dentists and their families from 1912-2013. Tours are conducted throughout the home which contains original artifacts related to the American Voting Rights Movement.