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The Legacy of One-Room Schools

Dotting the back county roads, the casual traveler often passes by abandoned or second-third use repurposed remnants of a past era. These aging buildings may bring back remembered images, be seen as merely crumbling structures or reconnect you with a by-gone county era. Such is the case with three unique buildings of Americana found in our Lake

The Legacy of One- Room Schools

Dotting the back county roads, the casual traveler often passes by abandoned or second-third use repurposed remnants of a past era. These aging buildings may bring back remembered images, be seen as merely crumbling structures or reconnect you with a by-gone county era. Such is the case with three unique buildings of Americana found in our Lake County communities.

This Place Matters – The Old Stone Schoolhouse, Concord Twp.

1840 was a pivotal year in N.E. Ohio history. On a grand scale, Lake County was being formed as a result of the separation from Geauga County. On a lesser scale, a school, actually the third one built in Concord Township, was under construction on Ravenna Road using stone from a nearby quarry. A year