Recent Examples of schoolhouse from the Web
The one-room schoolhouse built in 1896, was named after Fallbrook’s Reche family.
Hawthorn Hollow is a small nature preserve in Kenosha County with hiking trails that wind through woods and restored prairie and three historical buildings including a one-room schoolhouse that dates to 1847.
Her stepfather was put to work on a pig farm near Alberta, and Marina was assigned to a one-room schoolhouse.
Visitors can walk through the 99-year-old schoolhouse, getting a view of a restored classroom and other exhibits.
Even with schoolhouses closed, the school community has been a critical lifeline for students.
Walking around the dusty perimeter of what used to be the schoolhouse, a man notices something behind a hole in an outer wall.
The Montana Preservation Alliance has launched the Big Sky Schoolhouse Survey to identify former schoolhouses and help property owners who want to stabilize the historic buildings.
As a re-creation of a turn-of-the-century Kansas farm, the 12-acre site also offers nearly 200 animals and birds of prey, gardens, a one-room schoolhouse, a fishing pond and pony rides.
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