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The Honey Valley School

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As one of four buildings on the Tonganoxie Historical Society site, the Honey Valley schoolhouse – district #56 - was organized on March 25,...

Field School House

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The one-room Field School, closed at the end of the 1945-46 school year, is remarkably well preserved. It was moved from its original...

Nicol School

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The one-room Nicol School building symbolizes the cultural and social importance of education to the pioneers. It represents the 94 one-room rural schools that...

Historic Schoolhouse Tour

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Osage County is fortunate to have many one-room schoolhouses still standing.

Bonner Springs High School

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The Bonner Springs High School, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was built in 1918 and was in continuous use until 1982....

Ness City’s First Schoolhouse

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The pioneer Pembleton family purchased the Old Echo Print Shop, a small native stone building built in 1882, which had at one time been...

Irvin Hall, Highland Community College

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Irvin Hall, Highland Community College is the oldest college building still in use in Kansas.When the town of Highland was established in 1857, one...

One Room Schoolhouse

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1912 Blackwolf School. Located at the Hodgden House Museum Complex on South Main.

Little White School House

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The first school, built in 1870, was a log cabin provided by Berryman Smith. The teacher, Mrs. O.M. "Billie" Smith, had 25 students enrolled....

Lanesfield School Historic Site

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Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Lanesfield School Historic Site is a tribute to rural schooling. It consists of a restored...