Greene County NY Historical Schools

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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

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Name USGS Topo Map
Bethel School Cementon
Broadstreet School Lexington
Central School Durham
Halcott School West Kill
Lawrenceville School Cementon
Pine Grove School Cementon
Rocky Store School Ravena
School Number 1 Ravena
School Number 1 Fleischmanns
School Number 1 Prattsville
School Number 10 Hudson North
School Number 10 Leeds
School Number 10 Alcove
School Number 11 Ravena
School Number 11 Leeds
School Number 12 Leeds
School Number 12 Alcove
School Number 13 Alcove
School Number 14 Leeds
School Number 14 Leeds
School Number 2 West Kill
School Number 2 Leeds
School Number 3 Leeds
School Number 3 Ashland
School Number 3 Hudson North
School Number 4 West Kill
School Number 4 Cementon
School Number 4 Hudson North
School Number 4 Hudson North
School Number 5 Hudson North
School Number 5 Ashland
School Number 5 Cementon
School Number 5 West Kill
School Number 5 Leeds
School Number 6 Ashland
School Number 6 Ashland
School Number 6 Hudson North
School Number 6 Hudson North
School Number 6 Alcove
School Number 7 Ravena
School Number 7 Hudson North
School Number 7 Alcove
School Number 7 Leeds
School Number 7 Ashland
School Number 7 Cementon
School Number 8 Leeds
School Number 8 Ravena
School Number 9 Ravena
School Number 9 Leeds
Staco School Alcove
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