A ONE ROOM SCHOOL IN THE EARLY DAYS
"Unless the teacher was a man of nerve and resolution he had little
chance of maintaining order in the schoolroom."
log, frame, brick, or stone. The highest tax paid by one person in that year was fifteen dollars and thirty-seven cents and the lowest, three cents. Twenty-eight ratepayers paid eight cents or less.
"Everything in the way of clothing was manufactured at home. Linen clothing was made from flax grown on the farm, and home-grown