Black History Month: Celebrating Those Who Came Before Us

  • Columbia's Black Historical Landmarks

    Sharp End:  The pre-1960 African American owned business district in Columbia.

     Columbia African-American Heritage Trail

     Blind Boone Home

    Frederick Douglass High School:  Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980 for it's significance to Black History and Culture.  (Reference number 80002310) (Columbia Public Schools)

    Second Missionary Baptist Church:  Built in 1894, this historically Black church is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.