Each One Teach One: The Education of  the Texas  Freedmen 


' You will impress upon parents that they are to have a part in this educating work; and the children of the schools should be instructed to exert a good influence at home upon brothers, sisters, and parents, conveying to them the knowledge which they themselves are receiving. "

Bureau Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands, Office General Superintendent Schools
Washington, December 23, 1867. Circular Letter No. 3



Slavery Era

Texas Slave Narratives - Education Excerpt 1

Texas Slave Narratives - Education Excerpts 2

The Freedmen's Bureau Era

Freedmen's Bureau School Officials and Staff

Freedmen's Bureau Teachers

Freedmen's Bureau School Reports

Freedmen's Bureau Documents

Latter Nineteen And Early Twentieth Centuries 

Historical Markers

Census - Education And Literacy 1850--1930

Colored Teachers' State Association 

Case Studies.

African American Education in Camp County 

African American Education in Harrison County

African American Education in Marion County

African American Education in Upshur County