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New France - The OTHER Colonial America
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  • 2014 Home School Activities

  • The African Experience in Colonial Sainte Genevieve - Ongoing Exhibit. Cost is regular admission,but free on 4th Fridays from 5-9PM.

  • February 4th— Home School Activity: Chocolate

  • Friday February 7, 2014 beginning at 6:30- "The History of Chocolate" by the American Heritage Chocolate Company. Tickets: $5

  • March 4th— Home School Activity: Militia (hopefully)

  • April 1st— Home School Activity: Trickster Stories

  • May 6th— Home School Activity: Three Sisters Garden

  • June 3rd — Home School Activity: Rope Making

  • July 1st — Home School Activity: Life on & in the River

  • August 5th — Home School Activity: Marbles, Mancala & World Games

  • September 2nd — Home School Activity: Tin, Lead, Copper, Brass, Pewter

  • October 7th — Home School Activity: Embroidery

  • November 4th— Home School Activity: Taffy & Ste. Catherine’s Day

  • December 2nd — Home School Activity: Colonial French Christmas

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Come, Explore, Imagine and Discover …A different time and culture…a different Colonial American experience. Come explore French colonial history as it was in this Missouri's first town. Colonial Ste. Genevieve was a Community of Cultures - French, American Indian, and African - where life depended on the Mississippi River, where empires clashed and combined, where producers of grain, lead, salt, indigo, tobacco, and pork like our Louis Bolduc prospered under the colonial regimes of both France and Spain until 1803 when Louisiana was purchased for a mere $15,000,000 by the United States. Come, explore, imagine and discover New France: The Other Colonial America at the Bolduc House Museum.


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