Staff and Volunteers Take Part in Rome's Great American Clean Up
Contact: Mike Caldwell
Staff and volunteers from Fort Stanwix National Monument took part in Rome's annual "Great American Clean Up" this past weekend. This annual event is sponsored locally by the City of Rome and Rome Clean and Green. The fort team completed several projects including flower planting, tree pruning, grub removal, and prep work for fence re-paiting at the Tomb of the Unknown American Revolutionary War Soldier Monument.
Did You Know?
Wampum are white whelk & purple quahog clam shells. Strung together, they are reminders of past events. Wampum belts may serve as a message or letter of introduction. Treaty agreements can be preserved in wampum. These belts are more sacred & valuable to the Haudenosaunee than paper documents. More...