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Scotia Chalk Building


category : Historic Buildings
Scotia Chalk Building The Scotia Chalk Building is a one-story structure located on the main street of Scotia. Erected in 1887 as a general store by Ed Wright, an early settler, the chalk rock used in the building was quarried from the chalk hills south of town. It is the only chalk rock commercial building known in the state and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


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