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“Homeplace 1850s Working Farm and Living History Museum represents a two-generation farm. When you visit the Homeplace, you will see interpreters in period clothing going about their daily chores.” – Land Between the Lakes NRA. This living history site will make for an especially unique HistoriCorps experience! Indoor, air-conditioned lodging provided.
Three sessions in August. Surprise, Missouri formed around the nearby Turner's Mill, which milled locally-grown grains (primarily wheat and corn) and operated from the late 19th century to the beginning of the Great Depression. The town was named Surprise because its community members were surprised when their request for a US post office was granted. Tents and small RVs/trailers can be accommodated.
HistoriCorps is especially excited to return to the Saguache Ranger Station, as it was the site of our very first preservation project in October 2009! The bunkhouse’s vigas, or log beams, are an interesting and iconic element of southwestern architecture and the focus of our work.
This beaut of a project is located in Grand Teton National Park near Jackson, WY. Incredible scenery and history can be uncovered at this site, which remains a moment frozen in time from the golden age of dude ranches. Tents and RVs/trailers can be accommodated.
August 26-31 | September 9-14 | September 16-21 | September 23-28 | September 30-October 5
“Camp Nesbit was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1938 on the shore of Nesbit Lake in northwest Iron County, Michigan. The camp blends a rustic feel with many modern conveniences, and has hosted generations of youth and adult visitors.” Join HistoriCorps on this excellent window restoration project this fall! Indoor lodging and showers provided.
September 2-7 | September 16-21
Adeline Hornbek was one of the early settlers in the West Pikes Peak area having arrived in the mid-1870s with her four children. Defying traditional gender roles of the age, Adeline had by 1885 established a substantial ranch in an area of subsistence farming. We will be building an accessible pathway so all can benefit from this site. Tents and RVs/trailers are welcome.
Bostwick House sets a new record for HistoriCorps: constructed in 1746, this will be the oldest building we’ve ever worked on. Seven week-long sessions starting after Labor Day, and wrapping up in mid-October. Indoor lodging with showers provided! Small RVs/trailers can also be accommodated. Only 20 minutes by car or public transit from Washington D.C., and with several incredibly tourist sites within its borders, Bladensburg, MD is a destination city in its own right.
September 9-14 | September 16-21 | September 23-28 | September 30-October 5 | October 7-12 | October 14-19 | October 21-26
Tents and RVs/trailers can be accommodated at this stupendous and beloved location. “The destructive forces of the 1850’s Gold Rush reveal a man-made landscape that beckons visitors to adventure.” Incredible scenery, both natural and man-made, surrounds this California gem of Malakoff Diggins State Park.
September 11-16 | September 18-23 | September 25-30 | October 2-7 | October 10-15
Located amid the stunning and diverse beauty of northern California’s Shasta-Trinity National Forest perches the Hirz Lookout. Volunteers on this project will enjoy the 360-degree view from the tower.
September 16-21 | September 23-28
Located near Shadow Creek just south of Boulder and east of Eldorado Springs, the McGilvery Cabin project will allow volunteers to exerience the cultural hub of Boulder as it is today - and think back on the world the area's homesteaders lived in. Indoor lodging provided at a farmhouse north of Boulder.
October 7-12 | October 14-19 | October 21-26
The area around Sylvan Lake State Park lies between famous mountain towns Aspen and Vail. Today the area more is more often associated with world-class skiing, fishing, and hiking opportunities. But in the early and mid-1900s, families here managed not ski resorts and backcountry tour operations, but ranches and gardens. The historic schoolhouse, the object of our preservation project, is a reminder of days gone by. Campsites provided within the state park!
October 9-14 | October 16-21