Indiana PA Normal School 
1910 Graduating Class

Contributed by Doris Greaves 

 

 

 

 

Indiana PA Normal School 1910 Graduating Class

Wm. Lee Crowe 1891-1984  First Row, 2nd from left

 

 

IUP was conceived as Indiana Normal School first chartered in 1871 by Indiana County investors. A normal school was a school created to train high school graduates to be teachers. Its purpose was to establish teaching standards or norms, hence its name. Most such schools are now called teachers colleges. However, in some places the term normal school is still used.

 

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Doris Greaves

 

 

Will of George Crow 1861

Will of Jacob Crow 1836

Deed William & Mary Crow 1836

Deed William & Mary Crow 1837

 

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added April 7, 2008