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Schools of the Iowa Hill Divide Robin Yonash

Schools of the Iowa Hill Divide

Robin Yonash

Published August 31st 2015
ISBN : 9781515310648
Paperback
150 pages
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The history of the Iowa Hill Divide in Placer County, California begins in 1850 with the Gold Rush, even before California became a state. The first school on the Divide opened in 1854, and others soon followed. This book documents the rich historyMoreThe history of the Iowa Hill Divide in Placer County, California begins in 1850 with the Gold Rush, even before California became a state. The first school on the Divide opened in 1854, and others soon followed. This book documents the rich history of these schools and includes:Histories and maps of the six school districts on the Divide: Iowa Hill, Wisconsin Hill, Monona Flat, Red Point (Humbug), Damascus, and Prospect HillHistory of each of the five school buildings in Iowa Hill, including the solar-powered schoolComplete lists of students, teachers, and enrollment for every year the school was open from 1926 until it closed in 2010, along with two of the four Independent Study yearsExtensive historical lists of students, teachers, and enrollment back to the gold rush eraBiographies of selected students, teachers, and administratorsNumerous photographs, some published for the first time, plus maps and other illustrationsChronology of the schools on the DivideProceeds benefit the Iowa Hill Community Club