African-American Pioneers of Titusville

African-American Pioneers of Titusville: Beginning around the 1880's, African-American settlers made their way to Titusville, FL.  They made significant strides in establishing their homes, local community, churches and businesses. Andrew J. Gibson is noted as the first African-American resident of Titusville, FL. Many others would soon follow to raise families, provide services to the community, and to seek a better life for their children through education. Please take this opportunity to visit the memorials of some of the first African-American Pioneers of the Greater Titusville Community...

Andrew J. Gibson

William Henry Maxwell

Victoria Gibson Rodgers

Sadye Lee Smith Gibson

Harry T. Moore

Harriette V. Moore

Joseph Warren

Bernice McDowell Warren

Butler Campbell

Andrew Jackson

Edward Daniel "E.D." Davis, Sr.

Benjamin F. Taylor

Elizabeth Harris Taylor

Mary C. Rogers

Bertha James Murray

John Leslie Joe

Milton Fayson

Mary Fayson

Collins Williams

Amos Bell

Arthur West

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