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Yardley Warner (1815 - 1885) was a Quaker educator, lawyer, and minister who helped established schools for African Americans after the American Civil War.
Warner was born in Pennsylvania. He established the neghborhood now known as Warnersville in Greensboro, North Carolina selling lots to African Americans. In 1876 he established Warner Institute in Jonesboro, Tennessee.
- ↑ "Warner, Yardley | NCpedia". dev.ncpedia.org.
- ↑ "Yardley Warner". Greensboro Daily Photo.
- ↑ "Warner Institute - Jonesborough - TN - US". Historical Marker Project.
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