We are creating a State of the Art Museum, dedicated completely to telling the story of NC Education and that of Beaufort County's African-American Schools from
1868 through 1969 (when total desegregation was made law).
Featured are P. S. Jones High School, all of its Feeder Schools & North Carolina's transition from "Education for the Enlightened" to Education for All.
Check out this great video
We're preserving the history of Beaufort County's Historically Black Elementary and High Schools. P. S. Jones served as the only High School for many Feeder Schools throughout the county.
Gathered History and Video Presentations for the First P. S. Jones Commemoration Day in 1990
First Association Chair and Historian laying the Foundation and Keeping Historic Records until Recent Years
Assumed the mantel of historian and continues to expand on the research of his predecessors.
Enter our Halls of Memories!
This video is a promo for the development of The P. S. Jones Museum of African-American Education Located in Washington, North Carolina. The Museum shares the story of African-American education, not only in Beaufort County (NC), but North Carolina education and its transformation from learning for an elite few to Education for All. It's a story of trial and triumph for people of all socio-economic statuses, races, creeds and colors.
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