Sharing History with School Children
Intermediate PATRIOT SCHOLAR students tour (1998) the
Pasadena area and learn about local history.
Students visit the monument at the site of the capture
of General Santa Anna of Mexico on April 22, 1836.
Inspecting a 1920s kitchen
stove at the Pasadena Historical Museum's "Strawberry House."
The tour ended with lunch
at the historically themed Cowboy Ranch cafe and a mug shoot with
the Mayor of Pasadena, Johnny Isbell.
Fairmont Intermediate student "Todd"
kids around with author David Pomeroy.
Beverly Hills Intermediate students were
entertained by members of the Texas Army and Lady Cait.
Students get a hands on demonstration of fulling,
or as they called it in Texas, "pounding" wool cloth
to prepare it for use.
Members of the Texas Army
demonstrate black powder shooting, both with rifle and with cannon.
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