Friday, April 11, 2014

Confederate Headquarters

It won't be long before hundreds of students experience life in the 1860s

Here, a wooden fence separates Confederate Headquarters from the battlefield,
 and there is plenty of firewood for cooking. The headquarters is among
 several stops where children will learn  about medicine, communication,
 clothing, weapons, period music and more. 

8 comments:

Tanya Breese said...

i love the way it smells when they cook over an open fire like that!

TexWisGirl said...

a perfect historical scene.

thanks for linking in! :)

Fairhope Supply Co. said...

I used to love field trips like this. We didn't realize all the work that went into it by the adults!

Brian King said...

That would be fun to do!

nookworm said...

Very good education and the camping experience will be something they will remember.

William Kendall said...

A very instructive place for students to go to.

I remember school outings, and just outings with my parents, to old forts that have been either rebuilt or kept in good order.

Barbara Farr said...

I guess they will have re-enactors to tell the stories?!?

RamblingRound said...

Hi Barbara,
Yes, re-enactors tell the history and demonstrate how things were made. In fact, last year there were some people doing demonstrations from the National Civil War Naval Museum at the Port of Columbus.

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