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St. Paul School Third Grader, John Dave, At Cobblestone Farm, May 14, 1996 Photographer: Larry E. Wright

St. Paul School Third Grader, John Dave, At Cobblestone Farm, May 14, 1996 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 14, 1996
Caption
Below, third grader John Dave carries water at the farm. It was part of the pupils' field trip for a lesson on pioneers.

St. Paul School Third Graders & Teacher, Margene Schmidt, Play A Game At Cobblestone Farm, May 14, 1996 Photographer: Larry E. Wright

St. Paul School Third Graders & Teacher, Margene Schmidt, Play A Game At Cobblestone Farm, May 14, 1996 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 14, 1996
Caption
Third-grade pupils from St. Paul School in Ann Arbor, left to right, Joey Wilkinson, Sarah Simmon, teacher Margene Schmidt, Aaron Huff and Gabriela Kistler, enjoy a stepping game while at Cobblestone Farm Monday.

Muffin Makers

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Parent Issue
Day
9
Month
April
Year
1996
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Pioneer Style

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Parent Issue
Day
20
Month
June
Year
1991
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Annie MacDougal Learns To Spin Wool At Pioneer Living Day Camp At Cobblestone Farm, April 1992 Photographer: Ken Kwok

Annie MacDougal Learns To Spin Wool At Pioneer Living Day Camp At Cobblestone Farm, April 1992 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 2, 1992
Caption
Shira Levine, 8, and her brother, 6-year-old Adam (left), took part in the Spring Pioneer Living Day Camp at historic Cobblestone Farm in Ann Arbor. The kids learned about a child's life in the mid-19th century by dressing up and performing traditional spring activities. Annie MacDougal, 9 (above), learned how to spin wool, a customary springtime activity 100 years ago.

Shira & Adam Levine At Pioneer Living Day Camp At Cobblestone Farm, April 1992 Photographer: Ken Kwok

Shira & Adam Levine At Pioneer Living Day Camp At Cobblestone Farm, April 1992 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 2, 1992
Caption
Shira Levine, 8, and her brother, 6-year-old Adam (left), took part in the Spring Pioneer Living Day Camp at historic Cobblestone Farm in Ann Arbor. The kids learned about a child's life in the mid-19th century by dressing up and performing traditional spring activities. Annie MacDougal, 9 (above), learned how to spin wool, a customary springtime activity 100 years ago.