Tessellations are patterns that have to go up, down, left, and right with a middle and without any gapes or over laps. It would be a pattern that could go on forever.
Angus Maclan is a loyalist carpenter. He taught about how tomahawks were usually an every day tool and that it was more common to drink apple cider than water.
Joesph Ofalen was mostly a trader but did do some trapping. He sold beaver fur hats to men.
Cathrin was patriot house wife. She taught us kids wore cloths that there parents wore.
Janette Lundahl was a spinner. She was in a group that made cloth for the Continental army. Her parents died and she got adopted but didn't know until she almost got married. And she lived on a small farm that she kept her sheep on.
Mistres Inclean was an innkeeper. She was a fence sitter( a fence sitter means your not a Loyalist or patriot) although if she didn't own an inn she would probably be a patriot.
Charles W. Walker was a land agent. He would sell land to a patriot or a loyalist. He could find people who needed land by looking at the inn or church.
Molly Brant was a head clan mother. She was a natural. When her husband killed there food he would have to leave it there for her to get or else they would have to share it with everyone.
Zeb was a wood carpenter. He was a patriot because he thought it was unfair when he cut down trees on his land but got taxed for it.Angus Maclan is a loyalist carpenter. He taught about how tomahawks were usually an every day tool and that it was more common to drink apple cider than water.
I think every kid should have the opportunity to go to a historical reenactment because it's like learning come to life. It feels like you go back in time. Also it was more benefiting for my learning because you got to do it in person.