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Early Schools of Jackson County
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TitleEarly Schools of Jackson County
AbstractMention of Henry Noland and his wife, Elizabeth Pitcher Noland, or Elizabeth Noland, as founders of the Rock Creek school at Englewood and Ezra Oldham, one of the first trustees of the school in Jackson County in 1840.
NotesThe Rock Creek school at Englewood was founded in 1840. In that year the site was transferred to the trustees for school purposes by Henry Noland and his wife, Elizabeth Pitcher Noland, for a consideration of $10. This is the oldest school in the county. All schools mentioned in this paper up to about 1845 are country schools. The building has been replaced twice.
AuthorStephen C. Ragan
DateDecember 1922
SourceAnnals of Kansas City
Location977.8411 M678an
Volume1
Number2
Page6-16
SubjectSchools
Local SubjectRock Creek School
Noland, Henry
Noland, Elizabeth P.
Oldham, Ezra
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID115762
CONTENTdm number17042
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