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Into the City: the Urban Landscape in Greensboro’s Warnersville Neighborhood

One City, One Book

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Dr. Arwin D. Smallwood, chair of NC A&T State University's Department of History, presents a program on "Warnersville 1865 to the Present." Seating is limited; contact the museum at 336-373-2043 for information.

Warnersville was the first African American community in the county and became a thriving neighborhood. It recently was named the City’s first Heritage Community. The history of Warnersville is a vibrant part of Greensboro.

See a complete list of One City, One Book programs. Questions? Contact Beth Sheffield at 336-373-3617


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