History Left A Definite Mark At This One Fascinating Spot In St. Louis
By Nikki Rhoades|Published February 25, 2018
Nikki is a lifelong Ohioan with a love for literature. She holds a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Akron and has enjoyed publishing her written work since 2007. She has a love of travel and does so frequently, though she believes that home is where the heart is — she continues to work in and around Cleveland as a digital content specialist to this day, working on everything from commercial scripts and social media posts to grassroots marketing initiatives.
The cityscape of St. Louis hides an incredible history. Much has happened in the region since the city’s founding, meaning that stories of the past cling to even the most seemingly mundane places. In the Carondelet neighborhood, there is one seemingly average brick edifice that changed education standards throughout the nation. The best part? You can actually visit it.
St. Louis has many stories to tell, but one of its more notable moments occurred at this quaint building when Susan Blow founded the first continuous public kindergarten. Today, locals love exploring their roots at this historic site. Have you visited?