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Captain John Smith and Tockwogh Indians Campfire
Price $4.00
Age Suitability None Specified
Category Nature

Captain John Smith and Tockwogh Indians Campfire

Saturday, Nov 30, 2013 10:30a

In late July 1608, Captain John Smith and his crew sailed into the upper Bay. He named one river Willowbyes (Bush) after his birthplace. They met the friendly Tockwogh Indians. Their men, women, and children with daunces, songs, fruits, furres, and what they had, kindly welcommed us, spreading mats for us to sit on. Join us around the campfire for 1608 style native nibbles, ceremonial adornments, a divers beasts story, and conclude with a stomp round dance. *Meet at Pontoon Boat Dock on Rt. 40

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