Requested Field Trip:

The Carroll Homestead - Four Generations in Maine

Students take a walk back in time as they explore the Carroll family homestead site and discover what life was like on a subsistence farm at the turn of the century. The Carroll family history is preserved by Acadia National Park as an example of the lifestyle of ordinary people of the 19th century in hopes that people of the 21st century and beyond can learn from the past, to appreciate the present, and protect the future. Available May - early June; contact the park for details.

Requested date: May 21, 2013 09:00 AM (240 minutes)
Capacity: 45
Spaces Available: 45
Contact Name: Cynthia Ocel
Phone: 207-288-8812
Email: email us
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