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Brush Arbor Appalachian Pioneer Homestead

Brush Arbor Appalachian Pioneer Homestead

Why did the Walker Sisters insist on living like they were still in the 19th century?

Why did the Walker Sisters insist on living like they were still in the 19th century?

We lived three years without a fridge - a family of six with small children - and ate well. You can learn a lot about keeping food from our experience.

We lived three years without a fridge - a family of six with small children - and ate well. You can learn a lot about keeping food from our experience.

Pioneer Children of Appalachia (Houghton Mifflin Leveled Library) by Joan Anderson Using photos of Fort New Salem, a living history museum in West Virginia, book describes daily lives of the Appalachian pioneer family in the late 1700s and early 1800s

Pioneer Children of Appalachia (Houghton Mifflin Leveled Library) by Joan Anderson Using photos of Fort New Salem, a living history museum in West Virginia, book describes daily lives of the Appalachian pioneer family in the late 1700s and early 1800s

A simple elastic pioneer dress, apron, and bonnet. Perfect for any Pioneer Day or Little House on the Prairie activity!  The kids are going to a Pioneer Day activity this weekend and costumes were …

A simple elastic pioneer dress, apron, and bonnet. Perfect for any Pioneer Day or Little House on the Prairie activity! The kids are going to a Pioneer Day activity this weekend and costumes were …

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