An Overview of Race Relations in NC, Charlotte, and Pottstown
Please join the Davidson Historical Society for our January meeting as Bee Jay Caldwell discusses her new book, Historic Little-Known, Well-Kept Facts: An Overview of Race Relations in North Carolina, Charlotte, and Pottstown. The meeting will be held Sunday, January 28 at 4:00 p.m. at the Davidson Friends Meeting House (625 South Street, Davidson).
Bee Jay Caldwell was born and raised in the Pottstown area of Huntersville, and was educated at the Huntersville Colored Rosenwald school, the Torrence-Lytle school, and graduated from CPCC in 1970. She has been researching local history for many years and is the author of the book, Historic Pottstown Families in Stories and Photos.
Thanks to the Davidson Friends Meeting for hosting this event.
Books will be available for purchase. This program is free and open to the public.
(Parking is available in front of the Meetinghouse on South Street, or next door in the Davidson Elementary school parking lot.)
Davidson Historical Society
The Davidson Historical Society was founded in 1991 by a group of concerned citizens led by Taylor and Irene Blackwell. The DHS promotes an understanding and appreciation of the history of Davidson, North Carolina and its surrounding area. Over the years, DHS has presented programs by outstanding local and regional personalities on varying topics, toured historically significant sites in the area, and financed projects which promote the history of the area.