Jasper County IL Historical Schools


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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

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Name USGS Topo Map
Amity School Wakefield
Blair School Wakefield
Brockville School Yale
Brown School Wakefield
Buck Grove School Newton
Bunker Grove School Newton
Byrd School Yale
Calvin School Newton
Catt School Sainte Marie
Center School Newton
Chriss School Yale
Clark School Yale
Coad School Greenup
Collins School Yale
Compromise School Yale
Cummins School Yale
Dallmier School Sainte Marie
Excelsior School Greenup
Fairview School Yale
Foltz School Rose Hill
Frazier School Greenup
Galloway School Latona
Greenwood School Newton
Happy Hollow School Newton
Hickory School Rose Hill
Hutson School Greenup
Independence School Sailor Springs
Jones School Yale
Kedron School Latona
Kerns School Rose Hill
Kessler School Sainte Marie
Liberty School Hazel Dell
Little Range School Yale
Long Branch School Newton
Maple Grove School Wakefield
Midway School Sainte Marie
Moulden School Newton
Mount Olive School Rose Hill
Mount Zion School Rose Hill
Newland School Oblong South
Ochs School Sainte Marie
Onion Prairie School Sainte Marie
Pingtown School Oblong South
Plainfield School Rose Hill
Pleasant Point School Hazel Dell
Pleasant Ridge School Newton
Pond Grove School Sainte Marie
Premium School Yale
Reisner School Yale
Richards School Sainte Marie
Saint Peters School Yale
Service Hill School Rose Hill
Springs School Rose Hill
Sweet Run School Rose Hill
Swick School Greenup
Trainor School Rose Hill
Union School Latona
Vanderhoof School Newton
Wakefield School Newton
Water Oak School Yale
Whitaker School Yale
Wilson School Rose Hill
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