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Union School The Union School, District No. 42, was built in 1847 by subscription. It was originally located on Wheeler Road in Nau-Au-Say Township. Pupils came from as far away as Plattville, 4 miles south. The first teacher was Dr. William P. Richardson, a graduate of Harvard, who taught the first winter for no pay. The school was moved to Lyon Farm at the Kendall County Historical Society museum complex in 1976.


Hours: Open only during special events, or by appointment.
Address: East Route 71
Phone: 630-553-6777
Our Email: contact@kchs.us
Our Website:www.kchs.us

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Union School

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