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From: Jane Jackson< >
Subject: Re: Teaching Children
Date: Tue, 21 Oct 97 23:22:00 -0600
Re: Maxine Watt Van Boxmeer's comments:
Maxine: In 1993 we visited the Ulster American Folk Park near Omagh, County
Tyrone, NI. I purchased a packet of lessons designed especially for children.
In fact, they could be used in a class room. I can't find it now, but I
remember it as one of a series of lessons about what life was like in Ulster
in the 18th century. I'll stand corrected on this, since this is from memory.
The Park has a lot of things geared for children. While we were there, there
were groups of Irish children going through, and they spent time in the
school being students, time with the weaver learning the trade, etc. Many of
them were dressed in the costume of the 18th century.
Perhaps the Ulster American Folk Park has some mail service. This is pretty
vague, but perhaps other list members could expand on it.
... PRAYER WORKS and antidepressants help too!
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