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The One-Room School in Wyoming County, PA

The following one-room schools [in Wyoming County, Pennsylvania] have been closed. The date after the name of the school indicates the year the one-room school was closed.

Braintrim Twp.: Lacey Street, 1919; Doolittle Hill, 1922; Black Walnut, 1943

Clinton Twp.: Carpenter Hollow, 1945; Bunker Hill, 1945; Tunnell Hill, 1946; Glenn, 1946

Eaton Twp.: North Eaton, 1920; Sugar Hollow, 1945; Thurston, 1945; Castle, 1946

Exeter Twp.: Brown’s Corners, 1941; West Falls, 1939

Falls Twp.: Post Hill, 1916; Whites Ferry, 1916; Highland, 1916; North Falls, 1916; Glendale, 1916; Miller Hill, 1923; Pine Grove, 1923; Falls, 1923; Mill City, 1923

Forkston Twp.: North Branch Hill, 1914; Farr Hollow, 1914; Bellasylvia, 1921; Kasson Brook, 1921; Root Hollow, 1921; Ricketts, 1927

Lemon Twp.: Forest, 1917; Lake Carey, 1917; Patterson, 1944; Lemon, 1946; Wallace, 1946; East Lemon, 1946

Mehoopany Twp.: Grist Flat, 1912; Laurel Hill, 1912; Heath Hill, 1912; Jayne Bend, 1912; Maynard Hill, 1916

Meshoppen Twp.: Brick Chapel, 1921; Brookvale, 1912; Bullard, 1912; Ellis, 1926; Briar Ridge, 1938; Scranton Corners, 1941

Monroe Twp.: Marsh Creek, 1920; Bowmans Creek, 1922; South Run, 1931; Evans Falls, 1931

Nicholson Twp.: Pedrick, 1912; Bacontown, 1916; Camptown, 1918; Utley, 1922; Fieldsbrook, 1928; Squier, 1946; West Nicholson, 1947; Starkville, 1947; Arch, 1947

Northmoreland Twp.: Durland, 1917; Gallup, 1944; Green Castle, 1944; Fitch, 1947

Noxen Twp.: Stull, 1912

Overfield Twp.: Lake, 1923; Block, 1923; Beech Grove, 1923

Tunkhannock Twp.: Prospect Hill, 1932; Marcy, 1932; Brookside, 1933; Shupp Hill, 1933; German Hill, 1933; LaGrange, 1933; Bardwell, 1944; Dixon, 1944

Washington Twp.: Carney Flats, 1919; Tallow Hill, 1919; Vosburg, 1932; Union Hill, 1943; Vose, 1944; Russell Hill, 1947

Windham Twp.: Rock Hill, 1919; Scottsville, 1919; Fox Hollow, 1919; North Flat, 1919; Sharpetown, 1931; Golden Hill, 1947

Above abstracted from a Tunkhannock newspaper, 17 July 1947. It also notes that at one time there were 94 one-room schools in Wyoming County.