George Washington Carver School – Fulton MO

Description

George Washington Carver school was a school for African American students in Fulton during segregation.  It underwent integration in the 1960s.  While the structure is now abandoned, there are hopes that it can be rehabilitated.  The school’s namesake was present for the dedication of the building.

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Project originally submitted by Charles Swaney on August 8, 2013.

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Location Info


909 Westminster
Fulton, MO

Coordinates: 38.85464940000001, -91.95386529999996

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