Relic Home and Blacksmith Shop

Saturday, May 19, 2012

Moroni Fourth Grade Girls Visiting the Relic Home


During the last two days the local Daughters of Utah Pioneers entertained and arranged for all the Fourth Grade classes in the North Sanpete School District to visit our Relic Home and Blacksmith Shop.  The students were also shown  a re-enactment of the Black Hawk Treaty signing that some versions of history say occurred at the Relic Home; home of Bishop and Mayor William S. Seely in the 1870s.  These girls were a part of the Moroni group and asked if they could sit on the love seat in the North Room.  All piled on and the photo was taken by Tudy Standlee's cell phone. 

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