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Author Greene County Extension
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Historic Schools Quarterly - August 2014

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This is the quarterly newsletter of the Missouri Historic Schools Alliance which is a program of University of Missouri Extension.


In this 18-page issue: Profile of Pony School in St. Joe, Mo., Getting Tourists to Slow Down for Small Town Heritage, Amish One-Room Schools in Missouri, Iowa Law Establishes Grant for One-Room Schools, Case Study: Cave Springs School in Jasper County and Kings Prairie School Profile

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