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Stanley Institute - Harriet Tubman's Eastern Shore of Maryland

Stanley Institute, also known as Rock School, is a historic African American school building located at Cambridge, Dorchester County, Maryland built about 1865. Three original blackboards still occupy their proper locations The building was moved to its present location from a site near Church Creek in 1867. It served as both a church and a school until the erection of the present Rock Methodist Church later in the 19th century. The building is referred to as Rock Elementary or as the Stanley Institute in honor of the first president of the school board, Ezekrial Stanley. Rock Elementary School is significant for the role it played in the education of the African-American children of Cambridge from the mid-nineteenth century until it closed on July 15, 1966.



Copyright: Shawn T Moore
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7368x3684
Taken: 12/07/2013
Uploaded: 12/07/2013
Updated: 06/04/2015


Tags: stanley institute; harriet tubman; bucktown; dorchester county; maryland; underground railroad; harriet tubman's eastern shore of maryland
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