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.
About This Item
- Title: David St. Amand School, Hamlin Plantation, 1919
- Creation Date: 1919
- Subject Date: 1919
- Local Name: Acadian Village
- Town: Hamlin, Van Buren
- County: Aroostook
- State: ME
- Media: Wood
- Object Type: Physical Object
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Standardized Subject Headings
- Rural schools--Maine--Hamlin
- David St. Amand School (Hamlin, Me.)--Photograph
- One-room schools--Maine--Hamlin
- Alenandre St AmandRural schools
- David St. Armand School (Hamlin, Me.)
- Hamlin Plantation
- school house
For more information about this item, contact:L'Heritage Vivant Living Heritage
P.O. Box 165, Van Buren, ME 04785
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