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Address: Marshall, TX
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A black institution established in 1881.

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This university is no longer opened, but you can visit the site where it was originally located. It was an historical black college and later moved to Dallas, Texas and later... read more

Reviewed 30 May 2012
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Reviewed 30 May 2012

This university is no longer opened, but you can visit the site where it was originally located. It was an historical black college and later moved to Dallas, Texas and later closed due lack of funding. The original site in Marshall, Texas was a former plantation. Historically, it is of value when it comes to the importance of education for... More 

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