A Timeline Of The Civil Rights Struggle By Blacks Of The Goldsboro Community And Sanford, Florida & The Trailblazers That Led The Way
From 1891 to 1911, Goldsboro was a prospering city with its own government, shops, churches, and schools. Included in this bustling business district was Goldsboro's own town council, police and fire department. Goldsboro lost its identity as a city when the powerful white leaders, along with the Mayor of Sanford, Mayor Forest Lake, dissolved Goldsboro's City Charter.
The Spirits of Goldsboro And The Ghosts Of Sanford
Local Historian and Author, Alfreda Wallace takes us on Roller Coaster ride in her non-fiction book, called The Spirits of Goldsboro and The Ghosts of Sanford. In the book, Mrs. Wallace features life in Goldsboro, by the pioneers, citizens, and the dynamic role of arts and culture.
Ms. Wallace passed before she finished writing, her son Rick Taylor co-authored and completed the book.