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  • Churches once abandoned by Jim Crow are being rediscovered

    Harold Russell contacted local historian, Tom Magnuson, to help him locate the former site of his church, Harvey's Chapel AME Church in Hillsborough, which was abandoned during Jim Crow segregation because the road became impossible to travel when the county excluded it from regular road maintenance.

Churches once abandoned by Jim Crow are being rediscovered

Harold Russell contacted local historian, Tom Magnuson, to help him locate the former site of his church, Harvey's Chapel AME Church in Hillsborough, which was abandoned during Jim Crow segregation because the road became impossible to travel when the county excluded it from regular road maintenance.
Casey Toth ctoth@heraldsun.com