“Washington Schoolhouses” tells the story of formal education in Washington. The exhibit starts with the early settlers of the mid-nineteenth century, highlights important landmarks like the Barefoot Schoolboy Law of 1895, and continues through the late 20th century, when every child in the state has an equal opportunity to attend school. The exhibit also features photographs, artifacts, and history related to Edmonds schools.
This panel exhibit, developed by the Washington State Historical Society, opens on Saturday, January 31st and will continue until Tuesday, April 14th, 2015
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