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Artifact Spotlight: The Teacher's Desk

Posted by Kayla Smith on Feb 23, 2017 9:42:20 AM

The one-room schoolhouse of the early 1900s was often filled with benches or desks, but one stood out from the rest: the teacher’s desk. Many times, there were too many students and children had to resort to sharing those desks, as well as books and other school items. However, the teacher’s desk was for one person: the teacher.

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Topics: Artifact Spotlight, Osceola County History, Teacher's Desk, Replica Schoolhouse, Pioneer Village at Shingle Creek

A, B, C's and 1, 2, 3's: The Completion of the Pioneer Village Schoolhouse

Posted by Krystal McIntee on Feb 13, 2017 2:09:40 PM

The Osceola County Historical Society is pleased with the new additions popping up around the Pioneer Village at Shingle Creek. The original authentic structures, including the Cadman Complex, the Lanier home, and the Tyson home are just a few of the buildings preserved from the late 1800s used to educate the public in the ways of living back in the late 1800s.

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Topics: History, Narcoossee, Replica Schoolhouse, Pioneer Village at Shingle Creek

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The Osceola County Historical Society is focused on preserving Osceola County’s rich, cultural history while sharing it with others. This blog is perfect for just that. 

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  • Osceola County History
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  • Events at the Welcome Center and History Museum
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