Woodland Natives presentation

2014 St. Augustine School graduate Justin Majewski (standing) recently visited the third and fourth grade history class. He presented the history and lifestyle of Northeastern Woodland Natives that lived on the shores of the Maumee River and Lake Erie in 1790-1812. After a presentation, he allowed the students to explore the Native American furs, foods and tools on display. They then built a wigwam in the school gym and made their own cordage. Pictured are (from left) Danny McDougall, Emily Flowers, Otis Crawford, Jude Davis, Alejandro Aranjo and Drew McDougall.

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