Finding Katahdin Document Packets, Chapter 5, Section 4
Chapter 5, page 152-157.
Children living in rural communities attented schools in private homes, churches, or buildings that had been converted from other uses.
It was not always easy for children to get to school when travel included a wagon or sleigh ride over several miles. Some communities built several school houses. Fryeburg, for example, had fourteen in 1825.