Armstrong School

This four-room schoolhouse, built in Lynchburg in 1916, was typical of schools built in black communities during times of economic growth. The school was named for Union General Samuel Chapman Armstrong, a founder of Hampton Agricultural and Industrial Institute.

Courtesy of Evelyn Martin

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