Wayne P. Anderson,Carla Anderson

Travels Into Our Past: America's Living History Museums & Historical Sites

Whether you are seeking a new travel adventure, enjoy immersing yourself in history with a light touch, or are just looking for a good tale, the Andersons' first volume of Travels Into Our Past: America's Living History Museums & Historical Sites will be a satisfying reading experience.
When you delve into the pages of this book, you'll find yourself on an investigation of your ancestors' legacy on the different farms at Old World Wisconsin, each originally settled by a Norwegian, Dane, German, Pole, Finn, and a rich Yankee. Discover the Arabia Steamboat Museum near Kansas City and learn the unusual story of the ship which sank in the Missouri River in 1856.
Because of one of the many course changes of the “Big Muddy,” the Arabia was later found buried deep in a farmer's field and was excavated with its cargo, a virtual “floating Wal-Mart.” In Fort Smith, Arkansas, you'll read of a fire that became known as "the night of the lingerie parade.”
Living history museums are an engaging and interactive way to learn about various facets of our vast country's relatively short history through demonstrations, preserved structures and re-enacted events. The Andersons share over fifty of their memorable experiences at these story-telling historical sites.
232 printed pages
Original publication



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