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The Fred B. Lambert Papers, the West Virginia Educational Directory, and the Annual Report of the General Superintendent of Public Schools provides the following information regarding Harts area teachers in Lincoln County for 1871 to 1883:

Lincoln County, 1871

Elias Adkins, 4 certificate

Philip Hager, 4 certificate

Caleb Headlee, no grade on certificate

Thomas P. Moore, 4 certificate

Isaac Nelson, 5 certificate

V.B. Prince, 4 certificate

Henry Spears, 4 certificate

Lincoln County, 1872

Cannan Adkins, 4 or 5 certificate (varies by source)

Elizabeth Elkin, 3 certificate

W.T. Fowler, 5 certificate

J.W. Gartin, 5 certificate

Philip Hager, 3 certificate

Stephen Lambert, 3, 4, or 5 certificate (varies by source)

Elisha W. Vance, 5 certificate

NOTE: This year, two log school houses were “neatly and substantially gotten” up in Harts Creek District.

Lincoln County, 1873

T.H. Buckley, 1 certificate

Elizabeth Elkin, 2 certificate

John Neace, 4 certificate

Lincoln County, 1877-1878

Belle Adkins, 3 certificate

Canaan Adkins, 2 certificate

Thomas H. Buckley, 2 certificate

Alice Chapman, 2 certificate

Almeda Chapman, 2 certificate

Alice Dingess, 1 certificate

John Gore, 2 or 3 certificate (varies by source)

Stephen Lambert, 5 certificate

Henry Shelton, 1 certificate

NOTE: Total youths in county (2771); total students (2199); average daily attendance for county students: 47 percent.

Lincoln County, 1879-1880

Bell Adkins, 2 certificate

Alice Chapman, 1 certificate

Almeda Chapman, 1 certificate

J.W. Stowers, 2 certificate

Lincoln County, 1883

John B. Pullen, 2 certificate

Jennie Riddel, 2 certificate

Verna Riddel, 1 certificate

John Stowers, __

NOTE: I spelled names as they were spelled in the record.

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