Category Archives: Historical re-enactment

It’s maple syrup tapping time

I’m a big believer in learning from the source.  It’s good to learn from books, but much better to learn from experiencing or observing things first-hand.   Check out your local area for free to low cost events that might be … Continue reading

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Civil War Days

It’s that season again – time for historical re-enactments.  Kicking off this years events was the Civil War Days at a local pioneer settlement. We first stopped off at a print shop and learned how they made newspapers once upon … Continue reading

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Living historical farm and Indian camp

I am actually trying to make good on my promises to have fun field trips. Today we attempted to go back a few hundred years and visit how the Potowatami Indians lived in the 1750s, see the pre-civil war log … Continue reading

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