Ryerson School, Daggettville
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The Ryerson School in Daggettville was built for the children of workers employed on the construction of Wyman Dam in Moscow. The school was constructed by Central Maine Power Company in 1929 with a capacity of about 160 pupils and was situated on a hill overlooking Nichols Bog. It was named for William H. Ryerson, construction superintendent of the Morton C. Tuttle Company, a firm employed in the construction of the dam.