Freedmen's School In Beaufort, South Carolina

View of students and teachers outside what is thought to be a Freedmen's school, Beaufort, South Carolina, late 1860s. Following US Civil War and during the Reconstruction era, as part of its mandate, the Freedmen's Bureau (formally known as the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands) sent up numerous schools across the southern United States for formerly enslaved people, their children, and others denied previously education. (Phoo by Sam A. Cooley/Tenth Army Corps/Archive Photos/Getty Images)
View of students and teachers outside what is thought to be a Freedmen's school, Beaufort, South Carolina, late 1860s. Following US Civil War and during the Reconstruction era, as part of its mandate, the Freedmen's Bureau (formally known as the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands) sent up numerous schools across the southern United States for formerly enslaved people, their children, and others denied previously education. (Phoo by Sam A. Cooley/Tenth Army Corps/Archive Photos/Getty Images)
Freedmen's School In Beaufort, South Carolina
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