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