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Other examples. Minority library experience. Jim Crow & Libraries in North Carolina. Plessey v. Ferguson (1894). 1906. Charlotte Colored. 1. 1906. 1916. Durham Colored. 2. 1916. 1918. Laurinburg Negro. 3. 1918. 1926. Carnegie Negro (Greensboro). Wilmington Negro. 5. 1926. 1928.

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other examples

Other examples

Minority library experience

jim crow libraries in north carolina
Jim Crow & Libraries in North Carolina

Plessey v. Ferguson (1894)

slide3
1906

Charlotte Colored

1

1906

slide4
1916

Durham Colored

2

1916

slide5
1918

Laurinburg Negro

3

1918

slide6
1926

Carnegie Negro (Greensboro)

Wilmington Negro

5

1926

slide7
1928

Dunbar Branch (Henderson)

George Horton Branch (Winston Salem)

Weldon Branch

Asheville Colored

Thomasville Negro Branch

10

1928

slide8
1932

Lexington Negro Branch

11

1932

slide9
1935

Richard D. Harrison (Raleigh)

12

1935

slide10
1937

Colored Public (Warrenton)

Colored Public (Rocky Mount)

Colored Public (New Bern)

Colored Public (Hendersonville)

Colored Public (Sanford)

Negro Branch (Salisbury)

18

1937

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1939

Negro Reading Room (Tarboro)

Hertford Colored (Winton)

McRae Memorial (Leaksville/Eden)

Hendersonville

1937

Colored Public (Shelby)

21/1

1939

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1941

George W. Carver (Greenville)

22/1

1941

slide13
1942

Colored Branch (Washington)

James Walker Hood (Fayetteville)

24/1

1942

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1943

Brevard Street (Charlotte)

25/1

1943

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1944

Granville Colored

(Oxford)

Negro Branch

(Roxboro)

Brown-Carver

(Edenton)

Twelfth Street

(Hickory)

Roanoke Colored

(Manteo)

Wilson County Negro

Olive Hill

(Morganton)

Colored Public

(Goldsboro)

Highland Public (Gastonia)

George Washington Carver (Concord)

35/1

1944

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1945

Orange County Negro (Hillsborough)

George Washington Carver (Lenoir)

37/1

1945

slide17
1947

Negro Branch

(Asheboro)

Pender County Negro (Burgaw)

39/1

1947

slide18
1948

Joseph Judkins (Hertford)

Charlotte

1943-1947

Johnston County Negro (Clayton)

Negro Branch

(Monroe)

41/2

1948

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1949

Caswell County Negro (Yanceyville)

Pigeon Street Unit

(Waynesville)

Negro Branch

(Warsaw)

Kingsville Branch

(Albemarle)

The John Merrick

(Clinton)

Negro Branch

(Wadesboro)

47/2

1949

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1950

Delta Public (Louisburg)

Negro Branch

(Columbia)

49/2

1950

slide21
1951

Cale Memorial (Elizabeth City)

Manteo

1944-1951

Charlotte

1906-1951

48/4

1951

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1952

Gates County Negro (Gatesville)

Northampton Negro Branch (Rich Square)

Negro Branch (Plymouth)

Selma Negro

Smithfield Negro

Colored Branch (Rockingham)

Clayton

1948-1952

53/5

1952

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1953

Bertie County Negro (Windsor)

Selma

1952-1953

53/6

1953

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1959

Morganton

1944-1956

Columbia

1950-1959

Smithfield

1952-1954

Gastonia

1944-1959

Duplin County Negro (Kenansville)

Rockingham

1952-1956

Clinton

1949-1956

Laurinburg

1918-1958

47/13

1959

Plessey v. Ferguson (1894)

Brown v. Topeka

slide25

Chavis Heights Public

Washington Terrace Branch

(Raleigh)

1965

Bragtown Branch

McDougald Terrace Branch

John Avery Boys’ Club Branch

(Durham)

Louisburg

1950-1960

Weldon

1928-1965

Greensboro

1926-1963

Elizabeth City

1951-1964

Winston Salem

1928-1960

Wilson

1944-1964

Elmwood Branch

Fairview Branch

Lincoln Homes Branch

Woodcrest Branch

(Goldsboro)

Asheboro

1947-1963

Rosenwald Branch

(Brevard)

Kenansville

1959-1963

49/21

1965

Plessey v. Ferguson (1894)

Brown v. Topeka

Civil Rights Act

1966 1970
1966 - 1970

Yanceyville

1949-1966

Roxboro

1944-1966

Winton

1939-1969

Gatesville

1952-1966

Raleigh

1966

Leaksville

1939-1966

Windsor

1953-1966

Hillsborough

1945-1966

Lenoir

1945-1966

Plymouth

1952-1966

Salisbury

1937-1966

Tarboro

1939-1965

Asheville

1928-1966

Goldsboro (4)

1966

Lexington

1932-1966

Brevard

1965-1970

Monroe

1948-1966

Thomasville

1928-1966

Burgaw

1947-1966

27/43

1970

1970 1980
1970 - 1980

Rocky Mount

1937-1970

Rich Square

1952-1970

Henderson

1928-1979

Hertford

1948-1976

Oxford

1944-1974

Shelby

1939-1970

Concord

1944-1976

New Bern

1937-1973

Sanford

1937-1970

Wadesboro

1949-1970

17/53

1980

1981 1990
1981 - 1990

Goldsboro

1944-1984

Washington

1942-1989

Fayetteville

1942-1985

Wilmington

1926-1981

13/57

1990

1991 2000
1991 - 2000

Albemarle

1949-1993

12/58

2000

1991 20001

Durham Colored 1916

Bragtown Branch

McDougald Terrace Branch

John Avery Boys’ Club Branch

(Durham) 1965

1991 - 2000

Richard D. Harrison (Raleigh) 1935

Pigeon Street Unit

(Waynesville) 1949

Colored Public (Warrenton) 1937

Brown-Carver

(Edenton) 1944

Twelfth Street

(Hickory) 1944

George W. Carver (Greenville) 1941

2000

Historically Black Public Libraries Remaining in North Carolina

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North Carolina Public Libraries

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