Somerset County PA Historical Schools


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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

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Name USGS Topo Map
Ankeny School Murdock
Beisecker School Boswell
Beulah School Somerset
Bromm School Murdock
Bromm School Murdock
California School Stoystown
Casebeer School Somerset
City School Stoystown
Cold Spring School Meyersdale
Dubstardt School Central City
Emrick School New Baltimore
Fairview School Central City
Gangney School Meyersdale
Handwork School Meyersdale
Harbaugh School Kingwood
Hays School Rockwood
Herman School New Baltimore
Houston School Hooversville
Hunter School Stoystown
Kaufman School Hooversville
Knepper School Somerset
Korns School Fairhope
Kregar School Confluence
Lick Run School Meyersdale
Long School Murdock
Maple Grove School Somerset
Miller School Central City
Miller School Bakersville
Mostoller School Stoystown
Mountain View School Markleton
New Fountain School Bakersville
Peck School Markleton
Plank Road School Murdock
Ridge School Bakersville
Sandy Hollow School Meyersdale
Shaft School Rockwood
Shaulis School Somerset
Suhrie School New Baltimore
Summit School Somerset
Temple School Bakersville
Texas School Somerset
Walker School Meyersdale
Walnut Hill School Stoystown
Wertz School Rachelwood
Wills School New Baltimore
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