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Frontier Days

Take a trip to the past at Ohio Valley Frontier Days at Historic Fort Steuben this weekend, June 1-2.

Soldier, settler, surveyor and Native American reenactors will recreate 18th century life on the Ohio Frontier. The blacksmith, rope maker, candlemaker, flintknapper and gunsmith will demonstrate their skills while Baron von Steuben will march with young recruits. The Northwest Territory School of Surveying will be open with activities and information on the remarkable efforts to survey the new country. International award-winning singer/songwriter Steve Free will perform Saturday afternoon while old-time music will be played in the Exhibit Hall. Food, fun and more for the whole family!

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