Sunday, November 9, 2014

Historical Rosenwald School in Fluker, Louisiana

Fluker School
 Fluker, Louisiana



Fluker, Louisiana is were my paternal side of the family lived. Fluker is a small unincorporated town.

My father shared with me how life was for African American people who lived in Fluker, Louisiana.

Fluker, Louisiana was founded by Richard Amacker Kent and named for his father, a Confederated named James Fluker Kent. Fluker was the maiden names of Fluker Kent's mother, was was the daughter of Colonel Robert Fluker, a veteran of New Orleans.



Historic NameFluker School
Current Name
Building PlanOne-teacher type
Building TypeSchool
Budget Year1925-26
Current Address
Land (Acreage)2.00
CountyTangipahoa Parish
StateLouisiana
Application #3-E
Total Cost$1800.00
Notes
Additional Comments
Funding Sources
      » Negroes$300.00
      » Whites$1,000.00
      » Public$100.00
      » Rosenwald$400.00



Source: Fisk University Rosenwald Fund Card File Database

http://rosenwald.fisk.edu/?module=search.details&set_v=aWQ9MTQzMQ==&school_historic_name=Fluker&school_build_plan=8&school_build_type=1&school_state=LA&button=Search&o=0


















2.00
CountyTangipahoa Parish
StateLouisiana
Application #3-E
Total Cost$1800.00
Notes
Additional Comments
Funding Sources
      » Negroes$300.00
      » Whites$1,000.00
      » Public$100.00
      » Rosenwald$400.00