Millersburg First Wooden School
Contributed by Nute Chapman,Jim Hall,Sally Beatty

 				MILLERSBURG SCHOOL1ST WOODEN SCHOOL In the spring of 1898, R. P. Holihan called a meeting to organize School District #6
. The newly elected school board hired two carpenters, William Steele and William
Cummings, to build a small, one room school on the hill overlooking the river. Using
materials from the local lumber and single mills the carpenters had the building
ready for occupancy in May, complete with homemade benches and tables. The board hired
Miss Martha Bertram of Rogers City for a term of two months, May and June. TEACHERSMiss Martha Bertram STUDENTSMaggie BigelowLee FullerIda HamiltonBlanche HolihanGlenn(Glen) HolihanHarold HolihanHelen Le BlancLeo Le BlancLilly LeBlancLula Le BlancSeraphine Le BlancCassius MinierDonald MinierKatty Belle PepperLewis SteeleLucy SteeleMable(Mabel) SteeleMinnie TraskPhilo Trask Compiled and Contributed by Nute chapman, Jim Hall, & Sally Beatty

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