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The 19th Alabama Civilian Corp re-enactors recreate daily life during the Civil War era wearing historically accurate costumes and using appropriate equipment.
lön banksäljare forex Ticket includes the Civil War Museum filled with original, historic artifacts, clothing, military weaponry and equipment and numerous other Civil War-era pieces from the private collection of Lairdland Farm House owner, Don Rouleau. Also included is Lairdland Farm House’s original smokehouse and Traveler’s Cottage with historic artifacts and exhibits. Full Story Below.
- Adults $5
- Students $1
- Under 8 FREE
- Concessions will be available.
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- Music and Dancing
- Candle Making
- Mourning Customs
- and Much More!
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jobba hemifrån i sommar The grounds of Historic Lairdland Farm House will be transformed into a mid-19th century village during the Annual Living History Weekend on Sept. 14 & 15, 2017
sample forex trading business plan Don and Bennita Rouleau, owners antebellum Historic Lairdland Farm House and the accompanying Civil War museum in the Brick Church community of Giles County, have welcomed area school groups as well as families and tourists for the past decade.
“This is a family event that is both educational and entertaining,” said Bennita Rouleau, explaining that the 19th Alabama Civilian Corp Volunteers recreate daily life during the Civil War era wearing historically accurate costumes and using appropriate equipment throughout the weekend.
See photos of 2015 event
Activities include demonstrations such as blacksmithing, weaving, cooking, camping, sewing, laundering, medicine, music and dancing, candle making, toys, telegraphy, mourning customs, bee keeping, soap making and more. There is live music on Saturday performed with historic and traditional instruments. Concessions will be available daily.
“This is the perfect learning opportunity for home-school groups, elementary schools and children’s organizations,” Rouleau said. “That does not mean that adults are not thoroughly enthralled with the reenactments and stay for hours. We see a constant flow of families and certainly welcome tour groups to spend the day.”
Don Rouleau converted a portion of the impressive Lairdland Farm House mansion into a Civil War museum filled with artifacts, clothing, military weaponry and equipment and numerous other pieces from his private collection containing both Union and Confederate articles. The Civil War Museum will be open to festival goers, and visitors may tour the plantation’s original smokehouse and 19th century traveler’s cottage.
After several years of major restoration work, in May 2005 the Rouleaus were awarded a Certificate of Merit by the Tennessee Historical Commission for preservation and restoration of the historic property. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places since 1995, in 2008 Lairdland Farm House was the second site in the state designated as an official stop along the Tennessee Civil War Trail.
“We feel fortunate to live in a place filled with so much history,” Don Rouleau said. “We decided to open the home and museum to the public year round and to host a series of events throughout the year so people of all ages could experience history.”
During the Living History Weekend, the house is not open for tours but may be toured at other times throughout the year by calling 931-363-2205 in advance.
Admission to the Living History is $5 for adults, $1 for students and free for children under age eight. Grounds open at 8 a.m. and close at 5 p.m. each day.
For more information or to schedule a group, call 931-363-2205 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit www.lairdlandfarmhouse.com for details.