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Still-life with tankards, turnip, and bread
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Still-life with tankards, turnip, and bread

When I saw the objects lined up, just so, it reminded me of the still-lifes 18th century painters would paint. No disposable cookware was used during the earlier times in our Nation's history. Participating in historical recreations allows visitors to the camps to see, smell, and in many ways, experience what life was like during the early times of you country's history.

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