You are invited to come enjoy this spring rendezvous at the site of the Trail of Courage when the redbuds are blooming. See the Fulton County Museum, Round Barn Museum, Living History Village, and how much has been done since last time you were here! The round barn and the Polke House are repaired. AGAIN THIS YEAR WE WILL SET UP IN LIVING HISTORY VILLAGE JUST SOUTH OF ROUND BARN. WE ARE INCLUDING CIVIL WAR – SO TIME PERIOD WILL BE PRE-1865. Purpose: Educate the public about frontier history, preserve history and heritage of pre-1865 era. Provide a fun and relaxing time for participants! Teaching is one of the purposes for the rendezvous. Amenities: straw, free firewood, low price for camping & trading, free showers beside museum, free admission to the museum and Living History Village at north end of grounds. So come on out and have some fun on the banks of the Tippecanoe River. See Indian and mountainman encampments along with militia camps, blanket traders, merchant tents, more!
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