(NE1/4 10-17-21) About 1900 the Pow Wow School was built on a prong of the Pow Wow Creek. In 1907 (statehood) it was moved a mile south and later was consolidated with the Howard School which was located three miles west. A two-room school was built which was called Canadian. In 1908, after a hearing, the south half of sections 13, 14, 15 and SE1/4 were detached from Bar X and added to School No. 17. Pow Wow closed on December 14, 1922 and joined with Dewey or Howard to form Canadian.
|FLOYD, Mrs. W. S.||1916 (4 mo.)|
|MCDANIELS, Bernice||1916 (3mo.)|
School Board Members:
|MCMILLIN, H. E.||1917|
|PETREE, N. A.||1916-17|
|WILLIAMS, E. B.||1918-20|
|WILLIAMS, I. T.||1916-22|