Sterling

STERLING

Data as of 11/13/2014, 9/14/2017

Instructors:

  • 1893/1894:  James F. Jackson was the “colored” instructor for Sterling and operated on a 3rd grade certificate.  He also was from Sterling.  Source: Lists of Teachers, 1892-1975 (  18931894ColoredReel4418Census of Colored Teachers 1893/94 – March 30, 1894), Richmond, Virginia, USA: Virginia Department of Public Instruction/Education.
  • 1894/95:  Mr. Jackson continued to instruct at Sterling.  Source: Lists of Teachers, 1892-1975 (  1895ColoredA Census of Colored Teachers 1894/95 – Done Dec 10, 1894), Richmond, Virginia, USA: Virginia Department of Public Instruction/Education.
  • 1895/96:  Robert A. Jones of Willard, Fairfax County, worked as the “colored” Instructor at Sterling on 3rd Grade certificate. Source: Lists of Teachers, 1892-1975 (  1895ColoredA Census of Colored Teachers 1894/95 – Done Dec 10, 1894), Richmond, Virginia, USA: Virginia Department of Public Instruction/Education.
  • 1896/97:  Mr. Jackson, continued on a 3rd grade certificate. Source: Lists of Teachers, 1892-1975 (1897ColoredCombined  Census of Colored Teachers 1896-97 – Done Dec 15, 1896), Richmond, Virginia, USA: Virginia Department of Public Instruction/Education
  • 1947  (closed)  In the Edwin Washington Archives, see 9.2.3 Sale of Property, September 6, 1947 for $3100.  In 9.2.3 Banneker, 1947: Sterling, St. Louis, Purcellville (col), Hillsboro (col), Lincoln (col), Rock Hill, Powell’s Grove, Hughesville and Marble Quarry.  See also Loudoun Discovered, Vol 3, pg. 87-89.

Edited by Larry W. Roeder, Jr., MS  703 867 2056. South Riding, Virginia

 

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