About Zimmerman Schoolhouse

A post-Civil War America one-room schoolhouses played an important role in educating the young. In these schools children were taught arithmetic, reading, spelling and writing. Situated in independent local school districts, they promoted a democratic ethic and strong American community life.The Zimmerman School of today is representative of its life from 1892 through 1923. It is the third school on this site. A fire took the first wooden school. The second was moved to make room for the bigger brick building.The Zimmerman school is open by appointment and for programming purposes.

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