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... On April 24, 1829, the City of Louisville established the first public schools for children under sixteen years of age ... The first school began operation in the upper story of a Baptist church on the SW corner of Fifth and Green Streets (now Liberty Street) ... The next year, the first public school building in the Louisville Public School District was erected at Fifth and Walnut (now Muhammed Ali Blvd) ...
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