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 Fred Douglass Alumni Keeping Legacy Alive

Fred Douglass Dragons Reunite  See Page 6

Jacksonville, Texas was all abuzz on a few days ago when the Fred Douglass Dragons descended on the town to celebrate the 16th biennial reunion hosted by the alumni. The streets of Jacksonville, the hotels and the restaurants were filled with the excited former students from around the states and locally, from home. 

 

The President Oscar Faye Branch Williams & The Executive Board  cordially welcomed Fred Douglass Alumni to the 16th Biennial  Reunion on July 28-30, 2017. 

A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE OF FRED DOUGLASS SCHOOL


According to historical research, the first school for black children was built on the corner of Kakapo and Washington streets. In early 1900s, the school was moved to North Ragsdale Street. In 1921, the building burned, and it was reconstructed. Read more...

 

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