A log structure was built by Frederick Auton Boston about 1848 in the Stamp Creek community. Boston, along with his wife, Francis Fannie Houser Boston, came to Cass County (now Bartow) in the 1840’s. W. C. Brooke contributed to the construction of the school house and served as the first teacher.  The school also served as a community center, a meeting house, and a polling place for elections. During the Civil War, the school held captured Union soldiers. The old school building long since vacated burned in December, 1999.  Source: Etowah Valley Historical Society, Newsletter Volume 34, 2000.