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On Saturday May 14, Preservation Planning Partner Forsyth County Historic Resorces Commission will unveil a historic marker remembering Five Row at Reynolda House.
Five Row was a segregated community for African American farm workers and their families, located on the edge of the estate. Residents of Five Row dug the foundations for Reynolda House, cleared land for agricultural fields, and worked the farm from the 1910s until late 1950s, when Five Row was demolished for the building of Silas Creek Parkway.
The unveiling will be held at 3:00 pm at Reynolda House, 2250 Reynolda Road., followed by a light reception.
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