Bath School

Bath School may refer to:

  • Bath Consolidated School, the Michigan school location
    • Bath School disaster, three bombing attacks in Michigan in 1927
  • Bath School (Bath, North Carolina), listed on the NRHP in Beaufort County, North Carolina
  • Bath Local School District, Ohio

Other articles related to "school, bath, bath school":

Rugby Football - Forms of Rugby
1830 Running with the ball became common in 1830s at Rugby School and Rugby School football became popular throughout the UK in the 1850s and 1860s. 1996 Bath Rugby and Wigan RLFC, England's top union and league sides respectively, made history by playing against each other at both codes of rugby ... under League rules, Wigan beating Bath 82–6 then two weeks later the return match was held at Twickenham under Union rules, Bath 44 beating Wigan 19 ...
Strong Programme - History
... at the 'Science Studies Unit,' University of Edinburgh, it is sometimes termed the Edinburgh School ... However, there is also a Bath School associated with Harry Collins that makes similar proposals ... In contrast to the Edinburgh School, which emphasizes historical approaches, the Bath School emphasizes microsocial studies of laboratories and experiments ...
Car Bomb - History
... suicide car bombing (and possibly the first suicide bombing) was the Bath School bombings of 1927, where 45, including the bomber, were killed and half of a school was blown up. 1927 The Bath School disaster — Andrew Kehoe used a detonator to ignite dynamite and hundreds of pounds of pyrotol which he had secretly planted inside a school ... As rescuers started gathering at the school, Kehoe drove up, stopped, and detonated a bomb inside his shrapnel-filled vehicle, killing himself and the school superintendent, and ...

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