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Cairo Rosenwald School

Cairo Rosenwald School
Cairo Rosenwald School
Location Zieglers Fort Rd., approximately 2.5 mi. S of TN 25, Cairo, Tennessee
Coordinates

36°21′48″N 86°21′49″W / 36.36333°N 86.36361°W / 36.36333; -86.36361Coordinates: 36°21′48″N 86°21′49″W / 36.36333°N 86.36361°W / 36.36333; -86.36361

Area 3.7 acres (1.5 ha)
Built 1922
Architect Julius Rosenwald
Architectural style rosenwald school plan
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference #

96001359

[1]
Added to NRHP November 15, 1996

Cairo Rosenwald School was a school for African-Americans located in Cairo, Sumner County, Tennessee. The school, completed in 1923, followed the architectural style of the Rosenwald School design for a one-teacher African-American school. Its construction was funded by the African-American community, the public, and Rosenwald funds. Due to the consolidation of schools, the school was closed in 1959. The structure remains intact today, serving as a community center. It is listed with the National Register of Historic Places.

References

  • Sumner County Fact Book 2007-2008. The News Examiner & The Hendersonville Star News. 2007.


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