Warren C. Coleman's great-great-great-nephews, Rodney Smith (left), Michael Smith (right) and Concord Historical Association Chairman Rev. Donald Anthony (middle), stand in front of a plaque at the mill in honor of Coleman.
Warren C. Coleman's great-great-great-nephews, Rodney Smith (left), Michael Smith (right) and Concord Historical Association Chairman Rev. Donald Anthony (middle), stand in front of a plaque at the mill in honor of Coleman. Gwendolyn Glenn WFAE
Warren C. Coleman's great-great-great-nephews, Rodney Smith (left), Michael Smith (right) and Concord Historical Association Chairman Rev. Donald Anthony (middle), stand in front of a plaque at the mill in honor of Coleman. Gwendolyn Glenn WFAE

Concord’s Coleman Mill, the country’s 1st African-American textile mill, gets national recognition

December 08, 2015 08:14 AM

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