Following the Fellows through
the Winterthur Program in American Material Culture as they discover how to unpack the significance of objects
12:12 It’s almost winter hur! Riving oak into fire wood at the Winterthur stump pile. #learning #materials #rugged #woodsy #lumberjackacademics @winterthurmuse (at Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library)
11:20 West Point Museum yesterday!
16:37 House 6: Marble House #wpamc15 #wecandoit
13:52 Caryne Eskridge (‘13) and Lea Lane (‘15) exploring Longwood in Natchez with Ritchie Garrison.
18:03 Welcome WPAMC Class of 2016! #wpamc16
18:00 Seated from front: Lauren McDaniel (UD American Civilization PhD), Amy Griffin (WPAMC ‘16), Kevin Adkisson (WPAMC 16), Katie Bonanno (WPAMC ‘16), Jenn Briggs (UD MA History)
Standing, first row, from left: Emily Pazar (WPAMC ‘16), Rosalie Hooper (WPAMC ‘16), Willie Granston (WPAMC ‘16), Hannah Boettcher (WPAMC ‘16)
Standing, second row, from left: Matthew Skic (WPAMC ‘16), Kiersten Mounce (UD MA Art History)
17:09 Hanging out with Sumpter Priddy in Alexandria.
13:32 Swan bed! #zzzz #railroadtitans #gildedage #maymont
09:17 So much to see at MESDA. An eye-opening experience. #wpamc15
15:46 On the road again! Headed to Charlotte, NC.
15:45 On the steps of Mann-Simon House, Columbia, SC. Jake Crockett, Director of Archaeology Historic Columbia Foundation explained the rich and important history of this property owned by an African American family for over a hundred years.
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10:19 Yesterday in Charleston, we visited the Aiken-Rhett House which is interpreted as found.
10:05 Standing in a place of honor on the steps of the Avery Institute with Shelia Harrell-Roye.
00:19 Gang’s all here! Follow #wpamc15 as we journey south this week!