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Tracking and Woods Lore:
Cultural Exchanges
of the 18th Century ---
presented by TRAILS, INC.

Step back in time to the 18th Century, when the lives of American Indians and Europeans were closely guided by Nature. Learn skills that were necessary for everyday life, and learn of the cultural exchanges that have made our modern lives richer. Enjoy history and nature through drama, tracking and primitive skills.

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*original artwork by Mike Little

Please see our 'Brochure' pages for a sample weekend program, as well as our '2010 Schedule' for workshop locations at State Parks in West Virginia and Kentucky. Our workshop programs can be customized.
Please see the 'Special Presentations' section for shorter educational programs, as well as 'Personnel Training' for interpretive info. for history/ nature programmers.

For More Information:

TRAILS, INC.
P.O. BOX 24
NITRO, WV 25143

Phone: (304) 755-0440 (eves)
CHINGWE@PEOPLEPC.COM

Chingwe wonders if trade is good at Martin's Station. Otaes wants to trade hides for linen cloth and a new kettle!

Martin's Station

It's good to return to the wikwam after a long journey.

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* Original artwork by Andrew Knez, Jr. for Siege of Fort Randolph

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KEYWORDS: CHINGWE, Trails Inc, TrailsIncLivingHistory, TrailsIncLivingHistory.com, Mary Draper Ingles, French & Indian War, Ostenaco, History Alive!, American Indian, Cherokee, Lenape, Otaes, 18th century history, 1755, nature, tracking, Indian, lore, education, American frontier, culture, primitive skills, children's programs, textiles, workshops, European cultures, medicinal plants, hide tanning

Site Address: www.TrailsIncLivingHistory.com OR http://mypeoplepc.com/members/chingwe/trailsinc18thcentury/

ORDER: "Escape From Indian Captivity" by Mary Draper Ingles' son, John Ingles Sr for $8 at 'Contact Us' page.

LINKS:

EXPLORING HISTORY and AMERICAN FRONTIER CULTURES OF THE 18TH CENTURY - TrailsIncLivingHistory.com

Twin Falls Resort, WV (go to Special Events)

Carter Caves State Park, KY

Blue Licks Battlefield Historical Park, KY

Mary Ingles Trail Blazers

Traditional Art by Andrew Knez, Jr.

Frontier Visions of America

Mary Ingles Trail Associates

Fort Dobbs, Statesville, NC

Fort Dobbs Interactive Video -- Chingwe Interprets

WV State Parks

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