The Seneca Schoolhouse, a small one-room schoolhouse of red sandstone, was built in 1866 to educate the children of Seneca's farmers, C&O canal workers, and the stone cutters who worked at the Seneca Quarry. The schoolhouse is located in Poolesville, Maryland. Operating as the Seneca Schoolhouse Museum, it provides tours to schoolchildren so that they can experience a typical school day as it would have been on March 13, 1880.
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- U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Seneca, Maryland
- Sheir, Rebecca (2015-03-20). "Kids Live History At One-Room Seneca Schoolhouse In Maryland". WAMU 88.5. Retrieved 2015-10-12.
- "Seneca Schoolhouse". Historic Medley District, Preserving the Historic Heritage of Western Montgomery County, Maryland. Retrieved 2015-10-12.
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