1st presentation of the year

I was invited to present to a group of young pupils today. They were very well manner'd and curious about all that I show'd them. I would give credit to their schoolmistress, Ms. Frizzell, who had prepared them well for my arrival, having learn'd a great deal about local history and the people.

Instructing the pupils in how to use an experimental new technology.

This group of students from last year was very attentive.

Showing off my sole guinea.

"You are amazing! Thank you for all that you do to keep history alive!"

-Heather Frizzell, 2nd & 3rd Grade Teacher

Dayspring Academy, Greenbrier, Tennessee

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