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Old Rock Schoolhouse, Orderville, Utah | by Ken Lund
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Old Rock Schoolhouse, Orderville, Utah

OLD ROCK SCHOOLHOUSE In 1886-1887 after the United Order terminated, a public building was erected of native limestone and lumber from the canyon sawmill. It was used for school and church purposes. In 1938 a new schoolhouse was built and the old Rock Building given to the Daughters of Utah Pioneers for a relic hall. When the school board purchased the ground in March, 1955 the building was torn down. This building is a replica and was erected from the same rocks and other materials. The United Order blacksmith shop was located on this site.

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Taken on December 28, 2007