Washington 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
Adams School Nashville
Atherton School Irvington
Bend School Irvington
Bethel School Beaucoup
Bolo School Beaucoup
Brick School Ashley
Carson School Addieville
Chapel Hill School Tamaroa
Clarmin School Tilden
Clover Hill School Irvington
Currie School Tamaroa
Dickey School Tilden
Dry Arm School Ashley
Elkendier School Nashville
Elm Point School Hoyleton
Fairview School Ashley
Flannigan School Ashley
Flaxbeard School Nashville
Fulton School Irvington
Going School Addieville
Grand Point School Irvington
Gravel Hill School Coulterville
Grottendick School Addieville
Halfacre School Nashville
Harris Hill School Nashville
Haun School Hoyleton
Hewette School Irvington
Hickory Creek School Beaucoup
Hogshead School Addieville
Holland School Nashville
Howard School Ashley
Johnson School Irvington
Kerr School Nashville
Liberty School Ashley
Locust Creek School Nashville
Luney School Winkle
McKelvey School Nashville
Nuptial School Beaucoup
Oak Hill School Beaucoup
Old Town School Ashley
Pleasant Grove School Hoyleton
Pleasant Hill School Coulterville
Prairie Hill School Beaucoup
Prest School Tilden
Saint Johns School Hoyleton
Sassafras School Hoyleton
Slade School Winkle
Taylor School Irvington
Temple School Coulterville
Turkey Bend School Todds Mill
Walnut School Hoyleton
White School Irvington
Whittenberg School Irvington
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