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History Showcase in Bartlesville

History Showcase in Bartlesville

June 15, 2009

OK Mozart International Festival
Living History Showcase Series

Bartlesville, Oklahoma
Information: 918/336-9900 

This series will showcase unsung heroines of the American West. Each day, Michelle M. Martin of Discovering History will portray a different heroine in historically accurate, nineteenth-century attire. Events include:

Bartlesville Community Center Mezzanine, 1 p.m.
June 15: Portrayal of Charlotte Swords
June 16: Portrayal of Elizabeth Brunson Hoole
June 17: Portrayal of Emma Caroline Morely
June 18: Portrayal of Caroline Ingalls
June 19: Portrayal of Mattie Huffman

From History's Pages to the Silver Screen

June 17, 4 p.m., Studio Theatre
Using examples of her work, Michelle Martin will offer insight on how historians help filmmakers translate the past.

A Child's Life on the Prairie

June 18, 3 p.m., Bartlesville History Museum
Children will "meet" Caroline Ingalls, mother of Laura Ingalls Wilder, to learn about life on the prairie. This history workshop also features hands-on pioneer life demonstrations and activities for children, including stories and sampling of pioneer stew.