STONEWALL INSTITUTE. Stonewall Institute, a private school at Big Hill, Gonzales County, was established by George W. Flyqv. The school was in operation in 1867. It included an elementary division and courses in English, mathematics, Latin, Greek, and natural sciences. After it closed, the public school took the name Stonewall.
Gonzales County Historical Commission, History of Gonzales County (Dallas: Curtis, 1986).
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