- Mistress Maclean, She was the Innkeeper. She had lots of laws to follow and had two helpers. She helped with lots of important things in the town.
- Peter Smith was a Frontiersman. He lived about 10 hours away from any other towns. He usually had one meal a day.
- Private Rowland Soule, he didn't have a lot money. He taught us how to hold a musket for an inspection.
- Ida, she was a mom and she had lots of children's toys. They were very expensive. Some games were, Jacobs Ladder, Shut the Box and Quoints .
- Captain Parke , he was a surveyor. He measured land with links; he used a compass on a pole.
- Zeb, He was a carpenter, He used hatchets, axes, and knives and other tools like that to cut wood.
- Charles W. Walker, He was a militia. His gun used a big sized bullet for his flint gun and militias made the most money
- Catherine DuBois, She taught us about colonial clothing. Girls wore dresses and gowns. Boys wore clothes like their fathers.
- Janette Lundahl, was a spinner. She spun wool then gave it to the weaver. She bartered and traded with people.
- Joseph O'Fallon, traded and trapped. He told us that beaver fur was very very valuable and was worth a lot. The Native Americans were his business partners.