Perry 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
Acheson School Coulterville
Arthur School Du Quoin
Bauersach School Pinckneyville
Beard School Pinckneyville
Beaucoup School Pinckneyville
Benton Road School Du Quoin
Bigham School Pinckneyville
Brick School Percy
Brick School Pinckneyville
Brush Prairie School Pinckneyville
Carr School Todds Mill
Cross School Todds Mill
Cudgetown School Pyatts
DeGraff School Percy
Denmark School Willisville
Deviney School Percy
Duncan School Winkle
Eastland School Tamaroa
Ebenezer School Du Quoin
Eichholz School Winkle
Elm School Du Quoin
Franklin School Coulterville
Greenbrier School Du Quoin
Hickory Grove School Pyatts
Hickory Knoll School Tamaroa
Highbank School Elkville
Hopewell School Tamaroa
Ireland School Coulterville
Jenkins School Ava
Kellerman School Winkle
Kimzey School Pinckneyville
Lost Prairie School Percy
Lower Holts School Pyatts
Lutheran School Percy
Marlow School Pyatts
Montgomery School Du Quoin
Myers School Todds Mill
Nation School Pinckneyville
North School Percy
Osborne School Pyatts
Pleasant Grove School Winkle
Purdy School Elkville
Redbrush School Tamaroa
Roots School Du Quoin
Round Prairie School Todds Mill
Saint Marys School Todds Mill
Shakerag School Pyatts
Slawson School Pyatts
Tangen School Willisville
Upper Arm School Pyatts
Van Brunt School Pinckneyville
Walker School Vergennes
West Lynn School Tamaroa
West Side School Coulterville
White Walnut School Todds Mill
Williams School Du Quoin
Winthrop School Du Quoin
Woodward School Vergennes
Wylie School Winkle
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