Fruita Schoolhouse, Capitol Reef National Park, Utah
The historic Fruita Schoolhouse was built in 1896 by Mormon settlers. The one-room structure provided schooling for 8 different grades, and also doubled as the community meeting place. After 45 years of service, the little schoolhouse was finally closed in 1941 due to declining enrollment. It still stands today at the base of the stunning sandstone cliffs of Capitol Reef National Park.
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