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Second Grade Visitors Share Native American History

Currently, second graders are learning about Native Americans in Wit and Wisdom.  Last week, they were visited by Deputy Gene and his aunt, Sister-of-the Bear, Mrs. Retha.  Together, they shared lots of their Native American memorabilia with the two classes.  Students were able to get a better idea of what life was really like for Native Americans in the past.  Mrs. Retha and Deputy Gene allowed students to see and touch things like: a war club made from the jaw of a buffalo, a knife made from alligator, baskets made from pine-needles, bags made from the body of a fox. Mrs. Retha told stories about her tribe and other Native Americans.   Students truly enjoyed learning more about Native Americans and loved visiting with Deputy Gene and Mrs. Retha.  

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