Remembrance of Schools Past

McLaughlin, Leonard
September 2009
Humboldt Historian;Fall2009, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p5
The article discusses several old schools in Humboldt County, California, including the one-room Williams School outside of Ferndale. The author also talks about the Elk River School and provides statistics about it from the 1889 school year. The author references several sources, including "Teachers' Reports of the Public Schools," reports from principals, and the Humboldt County Historical Society.


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