Brick School – York

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York, New York 14592
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Brick School
District No. 8; built 1825. President Chester A. Arthur attended this school 1837 to 1842

Erected

State Education Department – 1939

What was there

A brick schoolhouse.

What is there now

The school is gone, and the property is private.

More information

Coming soon.

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Posted: October 11, 2011

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  1. ALEX says:

    In 1845, 12′ was added to the school. It was the first of three District #8 schools in York Center, and operated until 1873. In later years it was used for storage and a paint shop for a York house painter. The building was dismantled around 2000 (?). The bell was saved and used on the next 2 schools in York. In 1939 all Town of York schools were centralized.

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