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Fayetteville State 'began with 7 men who had vision'

Fayetteville State 'began with 7 men who had vision'

And until not long ago, time had largely forgotten the stories of some of the black men who purchased this land on the heels of the Civil War, establishing what would become Fayetteville State University.

That’s changing. As FSU celebrates its 150th anniversary this school year, there is more interest than ever in the stories of the seven founders, and what it meant to build a school to educate black children just a few years after the...

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