THE PIGMAN SCHOOL
Soon after the close of the American Civil War a school building was erected on Section Thirty-two of Harmony Township, known as the Pigman School. It was a rectangular frame building located on a bluff overlooking a small creek. The yard was level and until a few years ago it was necessary to go down a steep bank to a spring for water. It was a one-room building built of the style of fifty years ago. It had a raised platform, windows on two sides, blackboards across the front and a hall across the back. A large stove was in the center of the room, well supplied with wood which kept the room fairly comfortable.