BC: Credits Made,edited,produced,By:Ryan Oreszko Photography By Mrs.Carver/Herrington/Spensor Field Trip provided by:Martin Elementary
FC: The Harris Homestead Past Vier | We got off the bus and took a group picture.
1: This is the Harris' house.Where they almost everything other than pick cotton.Those rocks are what the Indians used as arrows.They are all made of quarts, that's the most kind of rock they have.
2: The Tracks | We saw how they washed cloths | We stop close to the creek to see the Indian or African American signs they put up.
3: We finally got to go on the hayride. She was scared of the funnest part of the ride.That was when we sped up.
4: The hut was the boyscout hut they were building with clay and mud. Sorta like the Indians.
5: This is were the creek is. We saw how they washed cloths,bathed, and swam.There was also a fresh water spring that they kept milk to keep it cool.
7: This was the time we got off the hay ride.
8: There was a bigger version of this wheel.But the smaller one was more advanced because it was easier to operate.
9: This machine was used to make cloths.
10: This is when we got to see the dog trainer,Mr.Hank, heard three sheep,with his dog Kap.
11: This is when we were all picking cotton. Some of the cotton was in the shape of a oval cut in half.
13: This is when the dog was chasing the sheep.To bring him back to the dog trainer,Mr.Hank.
14: This is were they had a coldfire(fire that smokes not burns). It stank really bad..
17: This is when we saw Mr.Robby shooot his musket a big gun used by soldiers in the 1800's. There were a bunch of steps to load it.
18: The white smoke is the powder from the gun when it is shot.
19: Great Grandparents