The Schocopee Schoolhouse

Hosted by: Pike County Historical Society

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About The Schocopee Schoolhouse

The "little red schoolhouse" of the Pike County Historical Society is currently located about ½ mile away from The Columns in Apple Valley Village on Route 6. This historic structure, the Schocopee Schoolhouse, was originally constructed in the late 1850’s just "out of town" on Schocopee Road. It served as a one-room school until 1907, when it was replaced by the new, "modern," school in Milford. The structure later served as a meeting and voting place for the community; it witnessed Governor Gifford Pinchot casting his vote in many local elections.


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January 6, 2012 7:00pm
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January 6, 2012 7:00pm
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