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Interesting part of tour

This is a one-room schoolhouse. It even has a dunce chair for those naughty children. I believe... read more

Reviewed 20 March 2016
Cathy S
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Lorain, Ohio
What a Great Historic Experience

I was thrilled to sit in an 18th century one-room schoolhouse, experience what it must have been... read more

Reviewed 14 January 2016
Ed W
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Oberlin, Ohio
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19 Mar 2016
“Interesting part of tour”
14 Jan 2016
“What a Great Historic Experience”
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Reviewed 20 March 2016

This is a one-room schoolhouse. It even has a dunce chair for those naughty children. I believe it was built in 1837. It's not original to the property but was moved here.

Thank Cathy S
Reviewed 14 January 2016

I was thrilled to sit in an 18th century one-room schoolhouse, experience what it must have been like and learn about what children went through there. I was so excited, I ended up making a replica as a "Little Free Library" which is installed on...More

Thank Ed W
Reviewed 22 November 2014

Just imagine yourself being educated in this one-room school house......very interesting. How far we have come in education. I always like to put myself back in time when I visit historic places and in this school house the teacher had to have had lots of...More

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