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Size 7.25 MB
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License Personal Use Only
Author Greene County Extension
Publisher University of Missouri Extension
Publication date 07th March 2015
Pages 28
Tags downloads ebooks and written works education historic schools missouri history old-room schools

Historic Schools Quarterly: Vol 6, Issue 1

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Newsletter of the Missouri Historic Schools Alliance, this publication looks at the one-room schools in the states and efforts to preserve them.


Highlights of our 28-page March 2015 issue includes a profile of Phelps School in Lawrence County, efforts to restore Center School near Ash Grove, the historic nomination of St. Elmo School near Republic, an inventory of the “one-room schoolhouse oral history project” conducted by the Missouri Historical Society along with other information.

“Every quarter this newsletter includes profiles on existing historic schools in Missouri, information on restoration and renovation, memories of one-room schools written by former students and details about upcoming events,” said David Burton, a civic communication specialist with University of Missouri Extension and editor of the newsletter.

This newsletter also provides details about an upcoming “Affinity Conference Call” that individuals can call in to learn more about the Phelps School project. In addition, there is an article about the Spring Issue of Ozarks Watch Magazine which will feature one-room schools in the Ozarks and was guest edited by David Burton.

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