Minnesota Schools In The Early 1900s Are Nothing Like They Are Today
By Betsy Rathburn|Published November 22, 2018
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For many of us, one-room schoolhouses are quaint places to visit to get a taste of long-ago history. Many small towns have preserved their schools to draw visitors. But a century ago, these little schools were a normal part of everyday life, a way to educate students of all ages. These photos of Minnesota schools in the early 1900s will show you that schools back then were nothing like they are today.