The Old Country School House
Smokey Joe Miller and the Georgia Pals
(Free liner notes here.)
Those of you who have read Lillian Smith's "The Stranger" will remember one of the young men who kept a motel and talked about the "good teacher" who had made the whole world come alive for them even though they never left their little one-room school in Georgia.
- source: My Day by Eleanor Roosevelt (August 2, 1954)
A Historical Study of Haralson County, Georgia, and its Public School System by Madison M. Sanders (1961)
Schools just across the border in Carroll County (1918)
The reader may benefit by comparing the names of the school
districts below to the list of historic place names collected
and frequently cross-referenced to associated historic county maps.
Draketown (Baptist Institute)
Fraisures ? Chapel
M. Mc Kinley
Poplar Springs (Wildcat)
Posey Springs (Poseyville)
Steadman (Pine Knot)
Tallapoosa City (Tallapoosa Male & Female College)
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