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Founded in 1867 by the Episcopal Church as a normal school for freedmen. Since 1928 a four-year college. 4 blocks N.

Home economist. From 1911 to 1937 she organized and led N.C.'s home demonstration program. Lived here.

Musician and composer. First conductor of the N.C. Symphony, 1932-38. Boyhood home 3 blks. E.

Agricultural fair. Was first held in 1853 and moved to this location, its third, in 1928.

Editor. Appointed provisional governor, 1865. Elected governor, 1868; impeached and removed, 1871. Home stood here.

Businessman. Benefactor of NCSU, UNC-G, and Peace College. Gifts included land for Pullen Park. Birthplace here.

African American lawyer, author, businessman, and politician. Instructor and Dean of Shaw University Law School, 1893-1906. His home was here.

Organized in 1880 at a meeting held in the Senate Chamber. E. M. Nadal of Wilson was the first president.

Colonel of black N.C. regiment in war with Spain; edited Raleigh Gazette; legislator. Home was 25 ft. W.

Black legislator & orator; member 1868 convention; a founder of Republican Party & Union League in N.C. Home was 1 block W.