Stories Beyond the Battlefield

A Blacksmith displays the tools of his trade
A Blacksmith Displays his Tools

NPS Photo / Nate Toering

Blacksmithing
 
A Candlemaker stands in front of his wares during the 241st Anniversary of the Battle of Moores Creek Bridge
A Lantern Maker Sells his Products

NPS Photo / Nate Toering

Candles & Lanterns
 
A cook examines his produce during a living history event at Moores Creek
A Cook Examines his Produce

NPS Photo / Nate Toering

Food & Drink
 
Woodworking tools are displayed during a living history event
The Tools of a Woodworker

NPS Photo / Nate Toering

Woodworking
 
A man stands with his arms wrapped around his family
An 18th Century Family

NPS Photo / Nate Toering

Family Life
 
A Young Visitor tries her hand at Quill Pen Writing during a Living History Event
A Young Visitor Writes her Name

NPS Photo / Nate Toering

Quill Writing
 
A Woman Cleans up a Colonial Campsite during the 241st Anniversary of the Battle of Moores Creek Bridge
A Woman Tends to a Colonial Campsite

NPS Photo / Nate Toering

Colonial Women
 
A Living Historian Displays a Jumping Jack during the 241st Anniversary of the Battle of Moores Creek Bridge
A Living Historian Displays a "Jumping Jack"

NPS Photo / Nate Toering

Toys & Games

Last updated: March 18, 2017

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Currie, NC 28435

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