Tuesday, June 14, 1:00 - 2:00 pm
Take a journey back to 1811 and experience homemaking on the Kentucky frontier "from the ground up." Learn how frontier folk cultivated and preserve their food, made their clothes, doctored their families, and still found time for recreation and religion. Native American and folk remedies are discussed, along with frontier religion and recreational activities.
Eddie Price displays utensils used by early Kentuckians and educates with a colorful PowerPoint slideshow. Great for classrooms K-12, college classes, and historical, genealogical, and homemaker societies. This program was first presented for the Kentucky State Homemakers Association Convention in 2017.
Food and drinks will be available. No registration required.