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William Harris Homestead

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BC: After that we finish lunch and and went back to school.

FC: William Harris Homestead.

1: We went with different teachers.

2: We went with Mr.Robby.

3: He showed us what a civil war soldier would be like.

4: Civil War Soldiers had to carry 10-20 pounds everyday and they have to march 20-50 miles. They have to carry their beds and they have to eat pork with salt. They carry some extra clothes. Their were no women in the war.

5: Then we went with Ms.Margaret to learn about the Creek Indians.

6: We went on a trail.

7: Ms. Margaret showed us how the Harris took a bath and they refrigerant. And how they clean their clothes.

8: Then we went with Mr.Butch on a hay ride.

9: We had a great time.

10: Ms.Melissa told us about the Harris Family history. Mrs. Harris died about at 60-70 years old. The whole house was made of wood.

11: Then she showed us how to make a shirt with cotton.

12: Then, Ms. Jeanene showed us how the Harris store their spices.

13: Then Ms. Jeanene showed how the Harris got their medicine. There was no CVS back then. So they got their medicine from their garden.

14: Ms. Jeanene showed how to make candles.

15: Then we followed her to the cemetery. Where every family member were boned.

16: Then we went in to the smoke house. Where they store ham for the winter with salt to cure.

17: Then we picked cotton.

18: Mr. Hank is a dog trainer.Cap is a dog learned to chase sheeps.

19: Then when we had lunch. Mr. Robby told us how he loads and shoot his musket.

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  • Title: William Harris Homestead
  • We visted the William Homstead to lear about colonial times
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