Goldsboro was the 2nd all-black town incorporated in Florida. In 1911 it was absorbed into the neighboring city of Sanford but its heritage has been preserved in the Goldsboro Westside Historical Museum. Francis Oliver, curator of the museum, reminds us of this important slice of Florida’s history. Length – 04:37
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Chairperson, Goldsboro Historical Museum; curator, Goldsboro Westside Historical Museum located at 1211 West 13th Street in Sanford, Florida
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