African Americans of Davidson County by Tonya A. Lanier

African Americans of Davidson County

byTonya A. Lanier

Kobo ebook | September 18, 2012

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African Americans were present in Davidson County long before it was officially formed from Rowan County in 1822. The exact time or place of settlement remains in question. They served not only in the stereotypical roles of farm laborers and house slaves but also as skilled traders, blacksmiths, furniture makers, and artisans. From Petersville, Southmont, Thomasville, Midway, Lexington, Belltown, Reeds, Churchland, and tiny areas in between, great men and women found a sense of stability. They made a life out of the scraps that were left behind. This collection of historical photographs is a textured look at African Americans in Davidson County. Images of community notables like A. B. Bingham, Charles England, Rev. A. T. Evans, and Etta Michael White and iconic structures like St. Stephen United Methodist Church, Dunbar High School, and the Hut, these photographs weave together stories that outline the African American journey.
Title:African Americans of Davidson CountyFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:September 18, 2012Publisher:Arcadia PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN:9990051367751

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