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Schoolhouse takes students back in time Published: June 27, 2013

PERRY -- Education began in this small structure in Noble County before there even was a Noble County.

Oklahoma was still a territory when the structure was built in 1895. It has been an important, popular piece of the Cherokee Strip Museum for 25 years, Tulsa's Newson6 reports.

An estimated 60,000 children have visited Rose Hill school, where students can attend a day of class similar to what it would have been like decades ago.

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