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Diamond Point School

The Diamond Point School is a historic one-room school house in Nowata County, Oklahoma at the junction of county roads 409 and 24.5. It was built in 1919 and was used through 1968. It is built of red brick and has a bell tower in one corner. It was restored in 1996 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997. It is set within a one acre school yard which includes the original playground equipment, including teeter-totters, a wooden merry-go-round, a slide, and a swingset. The grounds also include boys and girls outhouses and a more modern building which includes a kitchen and lunchroom. The school is open for tour by appointment, and is used for reunions and meetings. It is also used by local schools for "A Day at Diamond Point", a program giving fourth grade students the experience of students in a one-room country schoolhouse during the 1950's.

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