David St. Amand School, Hamlin Plantation, 1919

Contributed by L'Heritage Vivant Living Heritage


Built in 1919 on a parcel of farm land deeded to Hamlin Plantation by Alenandre St Amand, this one-room school house was available until after World War II.

If there was a need, the school operated; but if no students lived within a mile on either side of the school, then the school did not open.

In Hamlin there were four or five one-room schools. Students in first to eighth grade attended this school with one teacher who taught the three Rs.

This building is now located in Acadian Village, Van Buren, Maine.

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  • Title: David St. Amand School, Hamlin Plantation, 1919
  • Creation Date: 1919
  • Subject Date: 1919
  • Locations:
    • Van Buren, Aroostook County, ME
    • Hamlin, Aroostook County, ME
  • Media: Wood
  • Object Type: Physical Object

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L'Heritage Vivant Living Heritage
P.O. Box 165, Van Buren, ME 04785
(207) 868-2691

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