‪1797 Federal School‬

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TommyBoy94
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‪I have always liked the history and fine architecture of this place as well as the great stone walls. Always worth a visit.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 17 مايو 2018
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Elisabeth B
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‪I have driven by the sign “Federal School 1797” on Darby Road in Haverford many times and finally decided to investigate its history from a one-room school house in 1797 to the listing, in 1971, in the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).

At the end of the 19th century the busy suburban neighborhood of roads and houses we know today was farmland with dirt roads and horse-and-buggy transportation. There were a number of 1-room schoolhouses to teach the young reading, writing and the basics of math, but the fieldstone Federal School in Haverford was unique. Its founders recognized the need for education and considering themselves part of the Federal United States proudly called their school the Federal School of 1797. Initially, the young attended on a subscription basis. This changed in 1849 when the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania purchased the building, renamed the school Haverford Seminary No. 1 and by law now provided public education. Haverford Seminary No. 1 served as a public school until 1940 when the surrounding land was purchased privately, and public education moved to larger schools. The little school house became a storage space.

Enter the Historical Society of Haverford that restored the building in 1991
and to this day has used it as a venue to reenact the one-room school experience of over 200 years ago for contemporary 4th graders. The desks and chairs inside are not original but were recreated by students of Haverford High School’s industrial arts students.

For events, please check with the Historical Society of Haverford.‬
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