“An African American History site.”
City Directories and History: The address for this African American school building is approximate. The building sat on the corner of what is today, West Moultrie and Frazier streets, catercorner to the Winnsboro City park. It is unknown when this building was demolished. Known locally as the Jenkins School or the Fairfield Institute. This school is believed to be an outgrowth of the historic school operated by Rev. Richardson as the Northern Presbyterian Grammar School on West Vanderhorst street in the 1870s.
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