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Greens Corners School, Glenville, NY

Green Corners School

The Greens Corners School was a one room schoolhouse that ran from 1825-1946. There was an average of 12-15 students in the school at a time. It shut down when the schools in the district consolidated. It is now a museum. The year on the brick is 1887!

Adrienne Karis, historian and caretaker; in charge of 1970's restoration.
Written by Tom Wickland
Photography by Shannon Pierce and Thad Raushi

Other Links:
Historic photo
Listen to a memory: part 1 (if sound doesn't play, please install RealPlayer)
Listen to a memory: part 2 (if sound doesn't play, please install RealPlayer)
Read transcript of audio: part 1
Read transcript of audio: part 2

 

 
 
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