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]
Technical details
Size One room[1]

The Mt. Zion One Room School is a historic U.S. school until November 2015 located at Ironshire Street at intersection with Church Street, Snow Hill, Maryland when it was moved by the Worcester County Historical Society to the Furnace Town Living Heritage Museum located on Old Furnace Road off Route 12, 5 miles North of Snow Hill, Maryland. The community used this one room school until 1931.[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 The Museums of Worcester County brochure, circa 2005.
  2. ^ Montgomery County Public Schools. "Social Studies Field Trips", Montgomery County Public Schools, March 09, 1997. Retrieved on July 06, 2008.[dead link]

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