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Abbe Creek School (Museum)
The small 20 feet by 26 feet schoolhouse is credited with being the oldest brick schoolhouse still standing in the state. The building is the usual rectangular volume covered by a low-pitched gable roof. The interior has been restored and refurnished as in the period of the 1860s and 1870s. The school building is now a museum open to the public.
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