February, 1636

It started as such a simple idea. Really, just as a classroom exercise.

The school had been holding classes for several years, but it hadn't been dedicated because the construction was never really finished, because the school kept growing, because more down-time Lutheran families with no particular interest in the miracles of up-time public schools kept moving into the Grantville area, which meant that St. Martin's education . . .

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- The Grantville Gazette Staff