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Conner Prairie is an outdoor living history museum located six miles north of Indianapolis in Fishers, IN. Journey through its five historic areas and bring history to life through exciting and engaging hands-on activities. Cross the bridge to the 1886 rural community of Liberty Corner. Explore the Victorian farmhouse, work in the fields and feed the livestock. Jump back another 50 years to 1836 Prairietown, a re-created pioneer village and meet its residents -- they love making visitors feel at home and may even ask for help! Then, it's back to frontier days at Conner Prairie's earliest historic area, the 1816 Lenape Indian Camp, complete with wigwams, a trading post and a fur trader.
Visit the Conner Homestead and discover the original brick home built in 1823 by one of Indiana's earliest and most influential residents, William Conner, along with the surrounding heirloom gardens. PastPort discovery area offers the opportunity to participate in chores, games and crafts of the 19th century.
Conner Prairie offers year-round historical and educational programs, exhibits and tours, along with special events. To learn more about Conner Prairie, call 800-966-1836 or visit www.connerprairie.org
Booklet, c2005, 32 p. : ill. ; 14 cm.
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