Title

In 1949, there were 676 one-room schoolhouses in Maine. Today only ten remain,

Source

Salt

Date

6-1986

Volume Number

Number 27

Pages

38, 50

Abstract

In 1949, there were 676 one-room schoolhouses in Maine. Today only ten remain, most on islands. Eight children attend Cliff Island's one-room school, whose teacher, Earl MacVane, was a student there. Related article profiles Ruth Jackson Pinkham, one-room teacher in Nova Scotia and Fryeburg Harbor in the 1920s. Details.

Subjects

Cliff Island Casco Bay, School buildings, Teachers, MacVane, Earl, Pinkham, Ruth Jackson

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