Schools - UTHS

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This small building is thought to be a very early school house. We think that could have been where the first Connecticut Farms Sunday school was held. Records indicate that Mary Potter started the sunday school in her father's corn crib in1808. Mary Potter was a member of the Potter family that first settled here in 1701 and still maintains a 1700's house on Colonial Ave.

This small building is thought to be a very early school house. We think that could have been where the first Connecticut Farms Sunday school was held. Records indicate that Mary Potter started the sunday school in her father's corn crib in1808. Mary Potter was a member of the Potter family that first settled here in 1701 and still maintains a 1700's house on Colonial Ave.