Old Sturbridge Village
|Resource:||Old Sturbridge Village|
|Provider:||Old Sturbridge Village|
|Summary:||Age Range: 6-18 (Grades 1-12, with parental supervision). Old Sturbridge Village is one of the country's largest living history museums where a staff of historians in costume reenact early New England life from 1790-1840.
|Description:||You can explore this living history museum without leaving home. When you get to the website, scroll down to take a photographic tour of the museum that is accompanied by text explanations of the exhibits:
Visit the Salem Towne House: This Federal-style dwelling was the home of a prosperous farmer.
And the Printing Office: Rural printing offices produced books, broadsides, bills, and pamphlets.
Check out the Tin Shop: In the 1830s, tinware shops competed successfully with pottery stores.
Be sure to see the Educator Resources under the Education link in the top menu. You can download a map and "Make History" activities.
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