Mount Zion One Room School

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Mt. Zion One Room School
General information
Town or city Ironshire Street at intersection with Church Street
Snow Hill, Maryland
Country United States
Coordinates 38°10′18″N 75°23′33″W / 38.17167°N 75.39250°W / 38.17167; -75.39250Coordinates: 38°10′18″N 75°23′33″W / 38.17167°N 75.39250°W / 38.17167; -75.39250
Completed 1869[1][2][dead link]
Technical details
Size One room[1]

The Mt. Zion One Room School is a historic U.S. school located at Ironshire Street at intersection with Church Street, Snow Hill, Maryland. The community used this one room school until 1931.[1] In 1959, the school was moved to its current location.[2] The school currently serves as Mt. Zion One Room School Museum.[1]

Mt. Zion One Room School Museum[edit]

The Mt. Zion One Room School Museum preserved how a school looked during the early 20th century by showcasing typical items found in a classroom during that period.[1]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e The Museums of Worcester County brochure, circa 2005.
  2. ^ a b Montgomery County Public Schools. "Social Studies Field Trips", Montgomery County Public Schools, March 09, 1997. Retrieved on July 06, 2008.

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