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Bostick Schoolhouse

This is a picture of a restored one-room schoolhouse. The building is made of unpainted brown wooden clapboards. There are two doors, one at the front of the building and one at the side. There are two large double-hung windows on the side of the building with full length shutters on each window. The building is located on a farm and the fields can be seen in the background. To learn more about the Bostick schoolhouse go to:

Bostick Schoolhouse
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Yates, Samuel. Bostick Schoolhouse. 2009. Digital Image. Learn NC.

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