Faith Cabin Library at Anderson County Training School
This site is significant for its role in African American education and social history in SC from c. 1936, when it was built, to 1954, when Anderson County Training School closed with the construction of an equalization school nearby. It is one of only two remaining Faith Cabin Libraries extant of the 30 built in SC between 1932 and 1943. The Library was a part of the larger Faith Cabin Library program that offered library services to rural African Americans in South Carolina. The building is a one-room log cabin built with donated money and timber from the community.
KEYWORDS: FAITH CABIN LIBRARY, RURAL SOUTH CAROLINA, PENDLETON, ANDERSON COUNTY, NATIONAL REGISTER