Shiloh Baptist Church is the birthplace of the 1960s Albany Civil rights Movement.
During the 1960s, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. would address large crowds and organize Civil Rights Marchs from inside the Shiloh Baptist Church. The crowds
grew so large that the church accross the street Old Mt. Zion Baptist Church, which is now the
Civil Rights Museum, was used as an overflow area. Shiloh is still a
functioning Missionary Baptist Church. A trail of footprints starting in
front of the church and ending at the Albany Bus Station.