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Interim Positions at Fort Boonesborough (Fort Boonesborough State Park, KY)
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Contributed By: Bill Farmer
Email The Author: ftboone@bellsouth.net
Website: http://www.parks.ky.gov

We have three open interim positions at Fort Boonesborough for this coming season, mid- April to October 31, 2014.

One will be in the ticket office handling admissions, reservations, etc., and two will be for interpretive positions since we will not have a couple of people returning who worked last year. These two positions may be for anyone who has an early trade or craft skill relative to the last quarter of the 18th century, and especially to early frontier Kentucky. Blacksmith, leather worker, tinsmith, basket maker, seamstress/tailor, musician, potter, gardener, cook, primitive skills such as hunting, trapping, tomahawk, flintlock guns, fire starting by flint/steel and friction or lenses, wildcrafting skills (use of natural plants/trees/materials), wilderness survival skills, or others. These would be topics related to the lives of people coming to Kentucky at the time of Boonesborough, 1775 – 1783.

Contact fort manager Bill Farmer at ftboone@bellsouth.net


Posted: February 26, 2014
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