African-American Heritage Trail Pamphlet



Rowan County, North Carolina
Jones D.D.S., Lee Clarence
Ballard, Joseph
Cowan, Harry
Valentine, William
Price, Joseph Charles
Price, Jennie Smallwood
Lash, Wiley Immanuel
Soldier’s Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church
Oak Grove-Freedman’s Cemetery
Dixonville Baptist Church
Kelsey, Lula Spaulding
Crown in Glory Lutheran Church
Lincoln School
Dixonville Cemetery
Duncan, Dr. Samuel Edward
Koontz, Elizabeth Duncan
Aggrey, James E. K.
Aggrey, Rose Douglass
Ferron, William O.
Stevenson, Pinkney A.
Dancy, John C.
Walls, W. J.
Hood, James W.
Andrew Carnegie Library
Dodge, William Earle
Thurman, Sue Bailey
Monroe Street School
Moore’s Chapel A.M.E. Zion Church
R.A. Clement School
Dunbar High School
Gilliam family
Sandy Ridge A.M.E. Zion Church
Hood Theological Seminary
Kesler, Rev. A.G.
Goler, Dr. William H.
Beatty, Ozell K.
Knox, George


The African-American Heritage Trail provides visitors with an opportunity to experience the rich and diversified heritage of Salisbury and Rowan County. The trail highlights historic places, leaders, and experiences in the lives of people of color who resided here.


Editors - Reginald W. Brown, Raemi Evans, Betty Dan Spencer and Gretchen Beilfuss Witt




Edith M. Clark History Room of the Rowan Public Library


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