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1. Built in 1883 as a two-room structure the Marysville schoolhouse quickly became inadequate and in 1891 a second story was added to accommodate more than two hundred students in eleven grades. At this time instruction was provided by as many as nine teachers.

Presently the school is owned and maintained by the Marysville Pioneer Association and serves as a museum and town meeting hall. Through the donation and efforts of Brian O'Connell in 1957, the second story of the school was removed and at that time the schoolhouse was restored to its original form.

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