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The Early Pioneer Setters 1790-1840

February 16 @ 11:35 am - 1:35 pm

A living history program about the early pioneer settlers in Mississippi. Discussion centers around how they dressed, built their homes, produced and cooked their food, the use of flintlock rifles for hunting and protection of their homesteads, building fire using flint-and-steel, grinding corn in hollow stumps, children’s homemade toys and music on the mountain dulcimer. Period clothing worn, hands-on artifacts display and audience participation encouraged.

Mr. Arinder has studied Early American and Native American cultures for nearly 50 years, assembling a sizeable collection of artifacts which he uses to leade living history programs for local schools, civic clubs and museums. He volunteers as an interpretive historian with the Natchez Trace Parkway, leading monthly history and pioneer craft demonstrations at the Visitor Center in Tupelo.

Mantachie Elementary School, Mantachie, MS 38855 -11:35am

No Cost

Sponsored by Mantachie Elementary School & MS Humanities Council

For more information:
Margaret Adams 662-842-1406

Details

Date:
February 16
Time:
11:35 am - 1:35 pm

Organizer

Margaret Adams
Phone:
662-842-1406

Venue

Mantachie Elementary School
311 Mustang Dr
Mantachie, MS 38855 United States
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Website:
https://sites.google.com/a/itawambacountyschools.com/mantachie-elementary-school/home