This home on Fourth Street in Smithfield is one of the most historic buildings in Johnston County given its origins as the first black school in the county.
This home on Fourth Street in Smithfield is one of the most historic buildings in Johnston County given its origins as the first black school in the county. Drew Jackson jdjackson@newsobserver.com
This home on Fourth Street in Smithfield is one of the most historic buildings in Johnston County given its origins as the first black school in the county. Drew Jackson jdjackson@newsobserver.com

First black school in Johnston lives quiet life on Fourth Street

February 16, 2017 10:49 AM

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