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LIVING HISTORY

As members of the Early Arkansas Reenactors, Joyce and Morgan, Grizz and Ana, and David portray pre- 1840 living history at various events, parks and schools. 

Ana does campfire cooking and can bake a cake in a Dutch oven, as well as on a modern stove.

Grizz has protrayed survival skills and woodsmanship for the Boy Scouts of America and the Arkansas State Parks Department for many years.

Joyce demonstrates driving the oxen, and on one eats more biscuits or enjoys them more than Morgan.

 

LIVING HISTORY PHOTO GALLERY

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Ana Owen Hayhurst

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Ana Owen Hayhurst

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Grizz Hayhurst

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David (center) and Grizz (left) sing at McCaskil

 

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Grizz and Morgan chew the fat at camp

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Joyce with Pappy and Buck at Pinnacle Mtn.

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Ana's Camp - Spinning with drop spindle

 

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Ana's Campfire Kitchen

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David

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Joyce by the Axe shop at McCaskel

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Our Camp at McCaskil 2001

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Ana feeding Orphan Annie at SouthWestern Rendezvous 2001

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Biscuits and Gravy

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Lynch Mob at McCaskil Ark 2001