Scotland School for Veterans' Children: An Enduring Legacy
Beginning as a school for Civil War orphans, the Scotland School for Veterans' Children became a unique center for education in the heart of Pennsylvania. The school aimed to develop disciplined, patriotic and productive citizens. As the nation became engulfed in the wars of the twentieth century, the Scotland School became even more vital, with a focus on educating the children and orphans of military veterans. Though it was closed by the state in 2009, memories of the school and its community of alumni remain vibrant. Author Sarah Bair charts the history of a place where thousands of children of our nation’s finest found more than just a school—they found a home.
Bair, Sarah. Scotland School for Veterans' Children: An Enduring Legacy. Charleston, SC: History Press, 2017.
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