North Brevard History - Titusville, Florida



Faculty of the Titusville Negro School
1936-1937

Teachers of the Titusville Negro School - 1936-37

The Titusville Negro School Faculty 1936-37. Left to right - Walter Wynn,
Bernice McDowell, Sadye Gibson, Naomi Wynn, Wihelmenia Gilbert,
Victoria Rogers and Principal Harry T. Moore Principal.

Moore, because he displeased the white establishment when he
registering Blacks to vote he was later fired by the Brevard County
School Board. For the same reason, he and his wife were murdered
in a 1951 bombing which still remains unsolved.

Bob Hudson - 1985


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