And Historical Interpreters
Colonial New England
History Comes Alive
As Costumed Historical Interpreters
Take Students Back Through
The Pages Of History
To The Year 1750
was life like in a small New England village then?
will find out as they become guests in Mistress Anne Seawall's keeping
and village schoolmaster Mr. Nathan Davenport's colonial class
focus on and include:
and social life
occupations and trade
Cleaning and carding wool
Corn husk dolls
Dried fruit garlands
is $260.00 per class of up to 35 students if the program is presented
to more than one class on the same day.
The cost for a single
program for one class is $365.00.
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