Oldest Surviving Schoolhouse for African Americans Discovered on William and Mary Campus

What may be the nation’s oldest surviving schoolhouse for African American children has been discovered by Terry Myers, a professor of English at the College of William and Mary. Read about it in today’s Washington Post.

surviving schoolhouse for African Americans, College of William and Mary
Photo by Laurie Brown.

The building, currently housing Military Science offices, is located at the back of Sorority Court. You can see it best from Prince George Street, across from Mama Mia’s restaurant. Photo by Laurie Brown.

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