Single-storey buildings originally designed to function as a single classroom.
History of this 1881 Michigan one-room school which was moved to Shelby Township in 1975.
Brief history and photograph of this 1882 California schoolhouse.
Wikipedia gives pictures, description, history and archaeology of this manor house in British Columbia, with the school built to provide education for the children of farm employees.
Photographs and histories of several schools in this Ohio county.
Brief history of this circa 1918 Kentucky schoolhouse which now serves as a museum.
Preservation organization related to the 1855 Wisconsin schoolhouse, listed as the oldest rural elementary school in Dane County.
National Park Service Teaching with Historic Places lesson plan which uses this 1923 Delaware school to teach themes of segregation, education, and the evolution of civil rights.
Contains histories and a picture gallery of numerous schools, organized by county.
Photograph and brief history of this 1897 California schoolhouse which was moved to the Boronda History Center in 1986 and now serves as a museum.
History and picture of this 1835 Ohio one-room school which has been relocated and now serves as a museum.
Pictures of this 1826 Connecticut schoolhouse located at Mill Hill Historic Park and Museum.
Group which coordinates a survey of one-room schools in the state and holds an annual conference. Contact information, merchandise, and a bi-annual newsletter.
Photographs and history of this circa 1870 West Virginia school which has been moved to the West Virginia State Farm Museum complex.
Photograph and hours of operation for this 1869 Maryland schoolhouse which now serves as a museum.
History of this 1750 one-room school from the Connecticut Society of the Sons of the American Revolution.
Building description, statement of significance, and picture index related to this 1844 Vermont schoolhouse.
History of this 1832 Massachusetts one-room schoolhouse.
Photographs and history of this New York schoolhouse constructed circa 1923.
Picture and brief profile of this 1779 Connecticut schoolhouse.
History and picture gallery of this circa 1872 Illinois school which has been relocated and renovated and now serves as a museum.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission restoration of a two-story, four-room North Carolina schoolhouse originally constructed in 1890.
Photographs and brief history of this 1903 Oklahoma schoolhouse which was donated to the Historic Roger Mills Preservation Foundation to serve as a museum.
Detailed history of this 1913 Virginia schoolhouse.
Photographs and brief history of this New Jersey one room school which is now used as a museum for the Ridgewood Historical Society.
Photographs and information regarding several historic schools compiled by the Shelby chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society.
Pictures and detailed history of this 1884 Arizona schoolhouse which is the oldest standing schoolhouse in Arizona.
Photographs, history, and restoration of this circa 1900 schoolhouse which is now part of the Vicksburg, Michigan Historic Village.
Photograph and brief history of this two story brick California school constructed in 1870.
This site is intended to serve as a forum for the exchange of information on the archaeological potential of one-room schoolhouse sites. Its contents include a bibliography on the archaeology of one-room schools and related educational sites as well as on-line versions of professional conference papers when available.
Built in 1868, this was Connecticut’s last operating one-room schoolhouse when it closed in 1957. New Canaan, CT.
African-American one-room schoolhouse, Isle of Wight County Virginia.
One room school located in the Goochtown community of Pulaski county, Kentucky.
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