Zebadiah: He was a carpenter. He made barrels and he had to bend the boards to make them. King George the Third had trees that you couldn't cut down because they were his trees.
Peter Smith: He was a frontiersman that was in charge of a group. The scouts would report back to him about the Indians and the British. He was a patriot.
Angus McClain: He was in the militia and he was a patriot. He served in the Rogers Rangers during the French and Indian War. he used a special kind of wood to start fires.
Joseph O'fallon: He was a trapper and he was not a patriot or loyalist because he was Irish. The trappers purchased fur from the Indians and then resold it. You could make fake fur and charge an unfair price.
Charles Walker: He was a land agent and he was not a loyalist or patriot because he just sold land. In this buisness you had to get a land measurer to measure the land for you to sell it. You could sell the same land to four people and then run away.
Christine MacLean: She was an innkeeper. She was not a loyalist or a patriot because it would be bad for business. In the inn there was a room where men could hang out.
Molly Brandt: She was a native american that helped her husband with trading. She is a loyalist and if there is a war she will help smuggle guns, bullets, and gunpowder. She is a member of the Wolf clan.
Leon duBois and Catharine: They made clothes for little kids and adults. They had 5 kids and some didn't live trough infancy.
Captain Park Sara: He was a land surveyor. He was not a patriot or a loyalist because he was a land agent. He measured land for a land agent so the land agent could sell the land.
Gennette Londol: She was a spinner. She used dyes to make wool and then she would spin it. She had to take out clumps in the wool to spin it.
Kids should get the opportunity that we did because it would help them learn in a fun way. If they didn't get this opportunity they might not understand it and they might not have fun doing it.