If history were taught in the form of stories, it would never be forgotten.

– Rudyard Kipling

Virginia: America’s First Frontier

Wilderness Road State Park 8051 Wilderness Rd., Ewing, VA, United States

By May of 1775, men, women, and children headed west, deep into the harsh wilderness. They followed the trace that led to a life of freedom. However, that freedom was overshadowed by hardships. The further onto the western fringe they traveled, the more important community became. Journey to Martin’s Station: Virginia’s final point of rest […]

The Fair at New Boston

The Fair at New Boston

George Rogers Clark Park 930 South Tecumseh Road, Springfield, OH, United States

Step back in time to the Ohio country of 1790 - 1810. An era of change in Ohio, from early settlers to statehood to towns growing up, especially New Boston, Ohio. At the Fair you will see artisans creating and selling their wares, merchants with items you would find in the finest cities to the […]


Fur and Ginseng Trading Post Days (Pikeville, Kentucky)

Camp timelines 1760-1800 / 1801-1840 a juried event with prizes for Best Camp. Rifle, Smoothbore, Longbow, Hawk Knife competitions with prizes totaling $25,000.00 Located on a beautiful 20 acres site on the mountain, overlooking the City of Pikeville. A $35 per person/$40 per family camp fee includes all competitions, wood, water and much more! For […]


Historic Fall Trade Fair at Fort Piqua

Johnston Farm and Indian Agency 9845 N. Hardin Road, Piqua, OH, United States

Come join us at the new Historic Fall Trade Fair at Fort Piqua, October 19-20, 2024. The Trade Fair spans the early years of Ohio’s history from 1742-1862, focusing on the life in and around the Historic Johnston Farm and Indian Agency. Come and see how Ohio influenced the history of the United States through […]