Lovira Hart Jr., an early pioneer of Tuscola County, built the Hart Schoolhouse with the help of his neighbors sometime between 1855 and 1860. It was built on Hart’s property on Hart Road, an eighth of a mile south of Frankenmuth Road. It was designated as South district #2 in Tuscola County. The school closed in 1921 and sat empty on the Hart farm for years. In 2000 Raymond and Marth Hart donated the old Schoolhouse to Tiny Zehnder and it was moved and preserved on his farm south of Frankenmuth.
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