Pictured above: 1899 Football Team of Claflin University. The first charter college to allow all races to attend also who formed an African-American college football team.
Pictured above: Claflin University founded in 1869 by a Vermont minister Alonzo Webster. He wanted to set up an education to help freed slaves receive citizenship. This college named after a Boston Philanthropist Lee Claflin and his son William Claflin was the first to have graduates. It is know as an HBCU-(Historically Black College or University)
Pictured above: Lee Claflin(1791-1871) and his son William Claflin(1818-1905)
Pictured above: Claflin University Marching Band of the late 1800’s.
Pictured above: Arthur Rose Museum (The Council of Independent Colleges) late 1800’s
Pictured above: Original Campus of Claflin University in the late 1800’s