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Barnett School - Picture from 1893 Atlas

One of the 9 original schools when Wyandotte, Kansas City and Armourdale were separate cities; consolidated on March 6, 1886 within the Consolidation Act of 1886.

Location: 11th and Barnett (Hoyles 1892 City Directory:  Barnett Ave se corner 11th)

Other Names: Lowell

Built:  In 1850s ?, 1860s ?, it was a 3-room frame building built between 10th and 11th Streets on Barnett.  The picture below from the atlas tells us that the heat was from stoves in 1893 and that the street was unimproved (probably dirt road).

Building Closed: 1898 - Lowell Built

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1893 Atlas showing Barnett Schoo


















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History Site created on December 02, 2002
Page last updated: 23-Apr-2014

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