Monday, June 8, 2015

Days Nine and Ten...The Fun Must Come To An End

During the last two days of the field school, students had several opportunities to apply the skills and knowledge we learned. On the competitive side, we raced to assemble a Norman Truss system, and on the cooperative side we presented our groups projects. Groups developed an interpretation plan for an 1840’s kitchen soon to be opened by the Felix Valle House State Historic Site and made improvements to the exhibits and interpretation for the Ste. Genevieve Museum.

This year’s SEMO HP field school was a huge success. We used the distinct and unique French Colonial architecture of Ste. Genevieve to develop a valuable preservation skill set that is applicable everywhere. Of course, we made great friends and many memories that we’ll treasure/haunt us for years to come.

Everyone With The Finished "Norman" 

Final Piece 

Museum Project Presentation 

Sarah, Meghan, and Leah Show Off Their New Exhibit Sign 

Shaw House Kitchen Presentation

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