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Pathways of History Tour 2024

This year's Pathways of History tour will be on Sunday, May 5th from Noon to 5 PM. This is a great event for adults and children. Admission is free.

Our guest speaker this year is Barbara "Blue Jay" Michalski, Chief, keeper of Culture, Storyteller and Public Speaker for the Lenape nation of Pennsylvania. Barbara will share historical facts, cultural items, and stories of Native American life in the 19th century. She will be speaking at 12:30 PM, 1:30 PM, and 2:20 PM.

The Tunis-Ellicks House Museum will be open and feature a number of exhibits: Life on a 19th Century Farm, Native American Artifacts from Harding Township, A New Vernon Bride, the Post-Civil War Era Tramp House, and the 19th Century Parlor Garden.


12:00 Noon - 5 PM Open House

  • Tour the 1795 Tunis-Ellicks House.

  • View an exhibit of Native American Artifacts.

  • See the display A New Vernon Bride.

  • Visit the post-Civil War era Tramp House.

  • Enjoy the 19th century parlor garden

12:00 Noon - 3 PM Family Friendly Activities

  • Meet Barbara "Blue Jay" Michalski of the Lenape Nation of Pennsylvania as she shares historical facts, cultural items, and Lenape stories of Native American life in the 19th century at 12:30 PM, 1:30 PM, and 2:30 PM.

  • Make a Corn Husk Doll as were made by children in the 18th and 19th century.

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