The Morningside Living History Farm at  Nature Center brings Florida cracker family living in the mid to late 1800s to life again. On Living History days (Saturdays, September to May) farm visitors can observe daily life in 1870 as costumed staff interpret bygone days through chores and activities. April 24th is the annual Farm and Forest Festival.



Side view of Cracker style house.

Loom

Garden behind the house.

This was an early school for African American children.
I think this is used in boiling sugar cane.


The Big Guy in Shiloh Forge.


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7 thoughts on “My World Tuesday: Morningside Living History Farm

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