Friday, July 22, 2005

Quaker History/Humility

Small NC towns promote their historic lusters

Virginian Pilot/Greensboro/NC/USA/18-Jul-05

... Now it is developing into a living history site, where people can see how people lived in the early 1700s. Even Eley helps out, donning an outfit similar to what Abraham Sanders, a Quaker who bought the land in 1726, would have worn.

In his Quaker garb, Eley will spend an afternoon guiding visitors on their tour of the area, frequently bowing politely and pointing them in the right direction. ...


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