Colonial Studies I, II & III & Colonial Specialties (b)
T I M E & L O C A T I O N
A B O U T
Note that the syllabus is designed for first level students. Second level and advanced students will choose a specific area of study and create a detailed schedule the first two classes of the semester. Both Colonial Studies I & II & III are two semester (full academic year) classes but new students are welcome to join us mid-year. Colonial Studies III may be repeated with different projects chosen to meet the needs of the advanced student. Areas of detailed study may include the following:
- Clothing (complete set or one major garment)
- Camp set-up (sewing and hardware for period tent or assembling an appropriate camp set-up)
- Primitive ceramics (pre-Colombian style wood fired ware, Native American style garments, bags)
- Social life (games, journaling, book binding with inks and pens, landscape painting with pigment research)
- Food (recipes, herbology, medicine, dye, garden, open fire cooking including building an earthen oven)
- Mariner skills (fishing kit, tin bait, hooks and netting)
- Tanning and the use of leather.
- Attendance as a participant in a living history event.
- For a more detailed description of this class, please refer to the syllabus.
Classes will be held every Tuesday at 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm starting Jan 22, 2019 through May 7, 2019. Refer to the website calendar for days off and vacations.
Attendance will be taken as required by the partnership. Student will complete a final project prior to the end of the semester which will be displayed in the website gallery.