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School Photos and such!
If you have school photos or records you would like to share, I'm sure everybody would enjoy looking at them. Send them to Karen at firstname.lastname@example.org -- just FYI - (Clifton, Thomas. Past and Present of Fountain & Warren Counties) In 1912 the total # of schools was Cain, 4; Davis 5; Fulton 7; Jackson 6; Logan 4; Millcreek 5; Richland 2; Shawnee 6; Troy 9; Van Buren 4. Teachers were: Cain 12; Davis 4; Fulton 9; Jackson 12; Logan 4; Millcreek 15; Richland 13; Shawnee 8; Troy 8 (which seems pretty strange since there were 9 schools in Troy Township - perhaps 19?); Van Buren 12; Wabash 7; Attica 18; Covington 15; Veedersburg 13. Teachers made $2.92 per day. Oh, my :( Although I had a basic listing, the awesome 2013 History of Fountain County was used to add a few and some info on the ones I already had :) Great book, by the way!
Davis Township: Map of schools locations, Thanks to Jeff Bossaer
Logan Township: Map of schools locations, Thanks to Jeff Bossaer
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Schools recently Added!
(27 August 2023)
October 27 in 1905, the Covington Republican listed the officers and teachers for the upcoming school year with JW Wilkey, County Superintendent
COMMISSIONED - NON - Fountain High Schools - 1906
Source: Attica Ledger? Nov 30, 1906
In Fountain County, there are commissioned high schools at Attica, Covington and Veedersburg. There are non-commissioned high schools at Hillsboro, Wallace, Kingman, Mellott, Newtown and Stone Bluff.
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that educated and trained future Fountain residents.
Early in the 1940's, the Perrysville High School Baseball Team. Thanks to Thomas Denhart.
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