The Quakers held school sessions in Waynesville in a log cabin as early as 1802.  This school, a vernacular brick building of Flemish-bond brick construction, was built in 1811 at the same time as the White Brick Meeting House (see #35).  In 1843, Indian children who were being moved from Ohio to western reservations were educated here.  Today it serves as a residence.

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