• Little White Schoolhouse

    The Oswego White School Museum was built as a Church in 1850 and then used as a school until the mid 1960’s.  This museum is open to the public.  Go back in time in this old one room schoolhouse.

    Genealogists, college students and historical researchers can use the Oswego White School Museum’s growing collection of primary source materials for research.  Research hours are Thursdays 9am to 4pm, Saturday 9am to noon or by appointment. It is recommended to call ahead before coming.
    For more info visit: littlewhiteschoolmuseum.org

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Fun Facts!

  • The first name proposed for the Lincoln Highway was the Coast-to-Coast Rock Highway.
  • By 1927 90% of Americans owned an automobile.
  • The Town of Fulton, Illinois has an authentic, working Dutch windmill.
  • Chicago Heights Illinois is known as The Crossroads of the Nation, because the Lincoln and Dixie Highways intersect.
  • The very first Seedling Mile is located in Malta, Illinois.