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Author Greene County Extension
Tags downloads historic schools national register one-room school renovation

So You Own a One-Room School: Renovate or Replace?

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What can an individual or group do with an historic school building? Learn from those with experience with this publication.


Sections in this publication include the following:
Is the School Worth Saving?
Public Dollars for Restoring Historic Schools Scarce
Renovate or Replace? Case Study of Greasy Creek School
Report Back From School Owner: Project is Moving Forward
History of Stephens School
Case Study: Liberty School
Tips on Applying for Grants
Checklist for Rehabilitating Historic Structures
How to Get Your Property or School Placed on the National Register of Historic Places

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