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History goes live at Iron County Museum


July 28, 2018

P.J. Glisson/Daily Globe photo

ACTING AS A living history interpreter at the Iron County Historical Museum Friday was Dan Roesinger, explaining the art of blacksmithing. Among his audience were, from left, Bronson Walowinski, Kingston Savage, Carol Saari and Caleb Ballard.

HURLEY - History was very much alive Friday as tours of the Iron County Historical Museum took place in Hurley, while various demonstrations also occurred both inside and outside of the building.

Volunteers served as guides in some of the 15 rooms, while living history interpreters brought specific subjects to life, much to the delight of both children and adults.

Using the stage name of Anastasie Cadotte, retired teacher Patti Bertagnoli had kids in a state of constant interaction as she explained the habits of various wild animals.

For instance, the kids were fascinated to learn how a fis...

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