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  • Fay Stone
    One-Room School MuseumsHow fascinating to find and buy your very own school, and to find records back to 1813!!! Do you realize your knowledge, 1783, goes back
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      One-Room School MuseumsHow fascinating to find and buy your very own school, and to find records back to 1813!!! Do you realize your knowledge, 1783, goes back to before our whole Consitution was written and ratified and we offically became a nation!!! It proves my info that our whole country was uniquely founded on the Protestant imperative that ALL learn to read (the Bible).
      I looked on the site of Historical schools and find that the Sholes School Museum is not listed, only the name and its original site. How can I get the actual museum in St Charles listed?
      Thanks, Fay Stone.

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    • Dennis Patton
      Just assumed it was St. Charles, Missouri...but should know not to Ass U Me, learned that after 34 years as High School Principal...I will for Wisconson site
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        Just assumed it was St. Charles, Missouri...but should know not to Ass U Me, learned that after 34 years as High School Principal...I will for Wisconson site to you...Dennis




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        From: Fay Stone <stonef@...>
        To: oneroom@yahoogroups.com
        Sent: Tue, February 23, 2010 1:37:40 PM
        Subject: Re: [oneroom] Digest Number 335

         
        One-Room School MuseumsHow fascinating to find and buy your very own school, and to find records back to 1813!!! Do you realize your knowledge, 1783, goes back to before our whole Consitution was written and ratified and we offically became a nation!!! It proves my info that our whole country was uniquely founded on the Protestant imperative that ALL learn to read (the Bible).
        I looked on the site of Historical schools and find that the Sholes School Museum is not listed, only the name and its original site. How can I get the actual museum in St Charles listed?
        Thanks, Fay Stone.

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      • Dennis Patton
        Database Additions & Corrections Home    Previous Page    Database Additions and Corrections Data Source: USGS Geographic Names Information System (GNIS)
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          Database Additions & Corrections
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          From: Fay Stone <stonef@...>
          To: oneroom@yahoogroups.com
          Sent: Tue, February 23, 2010 1:37:40 PM
          Subject: Re: [oneroom] Digest Number 335

           
          One-Room School MuseumsHow fascinating to find and buy your very own school, and to find records back to 1813!!! Do you realize your knowledge, 1783, goes back to before our whole Consitution was written and ratified and we offically became a nation!!! It proves my info that our whole country was uniquely founded on the Protestant imperative that ALL learn to read (the Bible).
          I looked on the site of Historical schools and find that the Sholes School Museum is not listed, only the name and its original site. How can I get the actual museum in St Charles listed?
          Thanks, Fay Stone.

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