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Ash Hollow to re-enact 1800's in celebration of Nebraska 150 years


This exhibit will be a re-enactment of the events and surroundings where you will see trade tents, living quarters, teepees, and folks dressed in period-specific clothing of the 1800s. Tomahawk and knife throwing will be demonstrated, along with firing of black powder rifles. The Fur Trader camp will be set up east of the picnic area in Ash Hollow.

Clint Livingston is the project coordinator and reports that the Pawnee Free Trappers Black Powder Club from McCook will be participating along with individuals from Nebraska, Colorado, and Minnesota. A knife and tomahawk thrower from Houston, Te...

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