Celebrate Black History Month by looking into South Brunswick's Past

South Brunswick – Black History Month

Notable African Americans in South Brunswick History

Portrait of Aaron Hush
Aaron Hush Civil War Veteran
Picture of Mayor Ted Cherry and Paul Murray 1977
Theodore "Ted" Cherry South Brunswick's first Black mayor
Picture of Debra Johnson
Debra Johnson South Brunswick's first elected Black Mayor
Portrait of Macon's Inn
Macon's Inn The first African American owned business in South Brunswick
Portrait of Myrna Smith
Myrna Smith was a backup singer for Elvis Presley and taught English at South Brunswick High School

Articles about Black History in South Brunswick

Slave Quarters vs. New Homes New York Times 2007

VanDyke and Titus Farm Pure History 2011

The Dean Family Farm Pure History 2011

Francis Tites of Little Rocky Hill Dies by Ed Belding

Titus Barn burns down by Ed Belding

Dinah Dean (slave) Story of South Brunswick Pure History 2011