How to use Schoolhouse in a sentence

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  • Just behind the schoolhouse was Mr. Finney's barn.

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  • Carr Manor - This unique Colorado bed and breakfast inn was the town's schoolhouse until it was retired in 1975.

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  • A chapel which he founded is incorporated with a modern schoolhouse.

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  • At Makarot camp, our guide, Chief Olledorop, pointed out his village's new schoolhouse.

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  • I will build a schoolhouse in every valley over the whole earth.

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  • With a variety and the environment restored one-room schoolhouse.

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  • There are 21 examples of these including the old schoolhouse at Bunny, the Manor House at Shelford, and Wiverton Hall.

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  • There is a Victorian watercolor that shows the schoolhouse and green as it was in 1860.

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  • A former Victorian schoolhouse dating from around the 1890s the original building has been extended to create a large family home.

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  • Also on the left is the old schoolhouse which is now a private house.

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  • The Baptist Church Hall was built in 1928 as a replacement for the small schoolhouse in Chapel Row.

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  • The book was put out by the local historical society to benefit the preservation of an old local one-room schoolhouse.

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  • He attended a one-room schoolhouse in Delaware County through grade four.

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  • The Internet Archive office looks like the village schoolhouse.

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  • At Makarot camp, our guide, Chief Olledorop, pointed out his village 's new schoolhouse.

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  • An historic village schoolhouse recently converted to the highest standards.

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  • His so-called " stand in the schoolhouse door " made him a regional political force.

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  • An elementary education teacher is required to learn a "one room schoolhouse" approach to her classroom.

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  • The schoolhouse was two or three miles from home, but he did not mind the long walk through the woods and over the hills.

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  • By the last two decades of the twentieth century, death came knocking on the schoolhouse door as children brought weapons and shot other children.

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  • At this long-time museum favorite, kids tour a VW van, visit a Mexican schoolhouse, cook in a Mexican kitchen, shop in the village store, and more.

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