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Rapp Schoolhouse

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The old Rapp schoolhouse is one of the few, if not the only, one-room, eight-grade schoolhouses in Kansas that still has its original desk...

Columbian School House

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The Columbian Schoolhouse, built in 1893, was named after the Columbian Exposition held in Chicago. Later shortened to Columbia, the school conducted its last...

The Topsy School

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The Topsy School is a one-room school which was moved to its present site, east of the Kyne House Museum in August 1986 from...

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...

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....

Historic Schoolhouse Tour

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

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,...

Lone Star School

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George Ficken Jr. donated land one and one-half miles west of Bison for a German Methodist Episcopal Church and school. Construction began in 1878...
Riverside School

Riverside School

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Riverside School, located in the Museum complex, is the replica of a one room country school complete with furnishings. It also houses a large...

Plymouth Stone Schoolhouse

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When the Germans settled on the Kansas high plains over a century ago, after homesteading their farm and establishing a church, the next priority...